Friday, 29. April 2016
One’s career in retail can often be charted against one’s loss of faith in humanity. Grumpy customers demanding lower and lower prices are held at one end whilst greedy fashion houses stand at the other. Usually on a yacht. Fanning themselves with money. In the middle are tired, under paid employees attempting to stay sane whilst supporting their family or just clawing their way through a degree. And of course a gradually deteriorating planet.
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Tuesday, 16. February 2016
Fathers have the habit of telling their children certain stories over and over again, till they can’t bear hearing them any longer. In my family one of these stories was how in 1968 a tornado swept through Pforzheim and tore out house walls, so that you could look into individual rooms as into a dollhouse. This story had a fascination for me that was somehow exotic. Every storm and every report on a tornado in the United States was an occasion for its re-telling.
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Thursday, 4. February 2016
Since I’ve had a flat with a balcony, I’ve had three boxes with geraniums hanging on it and the flowers are doing fairly well, I think
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Monday, 11. January 2016
Andrea Polli‘s installation Particle Falls allows passers-by to observe in real time the quality of and particulate matter in the air.
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Sunday, 27. December 2015
Superheroes as saviours of the world? Studio Loka uses the idea of super-powers to point humorously to the causes and consequences of our attitude towards the environment.
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