A favourite haunt and one of the few spontaneous street art galleries left in the centre, Trafalgar Lane is an ever-shifting index of the city’s dreams and fascinations, where a general emphasis on old-skool noo yawk graf aesthetics is part of the reassuring pleasure of a turn down the alley. This goth-primitive intervention, which soContinue reading “Trafalgar Lane”
Recent efforts to remove the word ‘Brexit’ from those official vocab guidelines (as reported here and here) illuminates a few things. From the moment of May’s circular tautology, telling us in the most precise and honest terms what Brexit meant, it has been just too damn noisy out there to find out what ‘Brexit’, anContinue reading “Debrexification”
A response to the apparent necessity of new online spaces in the wake of 12th/13th December 2019.