Aesthetics of Uncivilisation Pt.2

The first post under the title Aesthetics of Uncivilisation focused on responding to Charlotte Du Caan's call for submissions for the Dark Mountain Project's next publications and her reflection on Seeing through a glass darkly. She said, The fact that civilisation holds us so tightly in its unkind embrace is not only because it controls... Continue Reading →

How did vast heaps of industrial waste become the pride of a community? | Ian Jack | The Guardian

Ian Jack's comment in yesterday's Guardian How did vast heaps of industrial waste become the pride of a community? | Ian Jack | Comment is free | The Guardian on the role of industrial spoil heaps in the Scottish landscape is interesting for the history as well as for an error, an omission and an elision. Jack... Continue Reading →

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