Category Archives: postcards

Metal

Type all set, inked up and on the press.  Advertisements

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Answers on a postcard please

A set of four postcards, for a project commissioned by Whitstable Biennale and the Horsebridge Centre, is designed, as the title suggests, to elicit answers and responses from people who pick up the cards. The Centre is undergoing some changes … Continue reading

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Provocations

I’ve been asked to produce a series of provocations about Whitstable’s Horsebridge Centre, commissioned by Whitstable Biennale. The building opened about 13 years ago and, like many publically run facilities, it’s undergoing some changes and more are planned. It’s properly called the Horsebridge … Continue reading

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Are you waiting?

what_are_you_waiting_for? Follow this link now to the rather lovely postcard for my writer-in-residence sessions on waiting at Guy’s hospital, designed by Giulia Garbin. On Wednesday 15 January from 2.00–5.00 I’ll be at the Main Reception on the ground floor, Guys Tower. … Continue reading

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Postcards from Leysdown

On 19 July Ed Thompson ran a street photography workshop as p art of the Vision for Leysdown project. A group of us, mainly Sheppey-based photographers, spent a Sunday afternoon roaming the project’s priority area, from beach to Promenade to … Continue reading

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