Category Archives: Case Studies

Aesthetic Infrastructures | 9 Photographs, São Paulo (2015)

This piece is the first in a series considering aesthetic infrastructures. It follows on from a presentation and discussion of 9 photographs taken in São Paulo, at the When We Build Again Assembly III // Merely!, hosted at the Wick Common Shop on

Aesthetic Infrastructures | 9 Photographs, São Paulo (2015)

This piece is the first in a series considering aesthetic infrastructures. It follows on from a presentation and discussion of 9 photographs taken in São Paulo, at the When We Build Again Assembly III // Merely!, hosted at the Wick Common Shop on

Island Infrastructures III (Speakers in the Park)

Dreaming of Islands – whether in joy or in fear… – is dreaming of pulling away, of being separate, far from any continent, of being lost and alone – or it is dreaming of starting from scratch, recreating, beginning anew. _Gilles

Island Infrastructures III (Speakers in the Park)

Dreaming of Islands – whether in joy or in fear… – is dreaming of pulling away, of being separate, far from any continent, of being lost and alone – or it is dreaming of starting from scratch, recreating, beginning anew. _Gilles

Island Infrastructures, I (Three Churches*)

Dreaming of Islands – whether in joy or in fear… – is dreaming of pulling away, of being separate, far from any continent, of being lost and alone – or it is dreaming of starting from scratch, recreating, beginning anew. _Gilles

Island Infrastructures, I (Three Churches*)

Dreaming of Islands – whether in joy or in fear… – is dreaming of pulling away, of being separate, far from any continent, of being lost and alone – or it is dreaming of starting from scratch, recreating, beginning anew. _Gilles

Notes Towards a Spatial Reading of a Contemporary Film Festival

By Richard Martin 1. “I can’t find Potsdamer Platz. Is it here? This can’t be it. This can’t be Potsdamer Platz. I will not give up as long as I haven’t found Potsdamer Platz.” Wings of Desire (dir. Wim Wenders,

Notes Towards a Spatial Reading of a Contemporary Film Festival

By Richard Martin 1. “I can’t find Potsdamer Platz. Is it here? This can’t be it. This can’t be Potsdamer Platz. I will not give up as long as I haven’t found Potsdamer Platz.” Wings of Desire (dir. Wim Wenders,

Four Churches

Four churches of south central British Columbia; or, notes on a stranger A man in a cowboy hat approached us. We were holding our cameras and it must have seemed strange, our standing around. The church was a little modernist

Four Churches

Four churches of south central British Columbia; or, notes on a stranger A man in a cowboy hat approached us. We were holding our cameras and it must have seemed strange, our standing around. The church was a little modernist

Le métro de Montréal

The bus – or the buz, where I come from – has always been my preferred form of urban transit. For intra- and international journeying, train travel is grand; glam too, if you fancy murdering your purse in Le Train

Le métro de Montréal

The bus – or the buz, where I come from – has always been my preferred form of urban transit. For intra- and international journeying, train travel is grand; glam too, if you fancy murdering your purse in Le Train

The Lower Lea Valley

A walk from the Isle of Dogs to Stratford High Street, via Robin Hood Gardens, Chrisp Street Market, the Lansbury Estate, the Limehouse Cut and Three Mills.  Canary Wharf is // the gravestone of the West India Docks Robin Hood

The Lower Lea Valley

A walk from the Isle of Dogs to Stratford High Street, via Robin Hood Gardens, Chrisp Street Market, the Lansbury Estate, the Limehouse Cut and Three Mills.  Canary Wharf is // the gravestone of the West India Docks Robin Hood