Endure and Survive

I’m pleased to hear that the Last of Us is getting a sequel or more accurately a continuation. It seems to me an appropriate opportunity to examine the considerable influence of the original game. For … Read More


In April and May 1979, a large amount of anthrax was accidentally released from a bio-chemical factory (mysteriously named Military Compound 19) in Sverdlovsk, USSR (now Yekaterinburg in Russia) killing over 60 people downwind to the South-East … Read More

Why is it Always December?

After Lethe and Floodland comes ‘Why is always December?’ the third of our (very loose) trilogy exploring oblivion, memory and the fear of losing identity. Why is it always December? interrogates our need to memorialise … Read More

Abridged 0 – 48: Mercury Red

This is the age of the inspirational. We wake up each morning to a torrent of messages on social media informing us that if we ‘be ourselves’ and ‘believe in ourselves’ we can achieve the … Read More

A Many Splintered Thing (with Susanne Stich)

LOVE IS A MANY SPLINTERED THING – Andrew Eldritch “while everywhere love is breathing draftily” – Frank O’Hara Our sense of love is conjured vaguely in our sleep, without sound or alphabet, by the mixing … Read More

I Will Go There, Take Me Home

Escape, it’s all about escape. But can we escape? Are we prisoners of our personal histories, the wider histories of those around us and the mythologies that allow a civilization to function.  The ancient promise … Read More

Once A Railroad in collaboration with Mara Cavalli

History, theoretically is about facts, about what happened and when. We all know it’s more than that. It’s a mix of fact, fiction and on occasion outright fantasy. This project takes a psycho-geographical/historical approach mixing … Read More