Sunday Scraps #52

A call for submission on critical approaches to design education / UK energy bills are increasing in October / Jane Fonda on the I-Weigh podcast / the story of Vampira, a 1940s actress who became a punk icon later on / call for submission for solarpunk storytelling / the wonderful work of Virginia Hanusik /… Continue reading Sunday Scraps #52

Sunday Scraps #51

The amazing man who gives free haircuts to the homeless / I should visit Monte Verit√† some day / one of Murray Bookchin‘s last interviews / picked up a couple of earrings from Stacey Jayne when I was in Margate the other week / Dream Story (1926) which Eyes Wide Shut is based on /… Continue reading Sunday Scraps #51

Sunday Scraps #50

In a hypothetical future where I cycle around Japan this is a good place to start / on freedom and propaganda / a friend told me about a ‘prepared piano‘ artist /¬† the skip gallery / i’m trying not to buy pockets for my books / I should really read some Zweig / some thoughts… Continue reading Sunday Scraps #50

Sunday Scraps #49

  The racism of offshore call centres / the hell hole of Tik Tok houses in L.A. / on the problem of carbon rationing / we used to kiss bread before throwing it away when I was a kid / Discard studies which is about trash / how to wild a container / Ita O’Brien’s… Continue reading Sunday Scraps #49

Sunday Scraps #48

(It’s been an incredibly long month as I ran a climate-change themed creative residency. It went really well. I’m proud but shattered.) A lot about the smell of rain at a scientific level / I’m not really a podcast person but this Grace Dent show about comfort eating is really great / on the obsession… Continue reading Sunday Scraps #48

Sunday Scraps #47

There’s a Festival of Intimacy on next week / the Hannah Arendt papers are now online / the privilege of abstraction in maps / in architecture and air conditioning / the Venice Biennale and a new spatial contract / Halt and Catch Fire which I should probably watch / the science of sleep / on… Continue reading Sunday Scraps #47

Sunday Scraps #46

The sexism of our early years / the potato paradox which makes no sense and that’s the point / Kenya’s failed smart city / armchair walks of Barrow-in-Furness which is strangely biodiverse and very poor / the actor Riz Ahmed’s incredible experience of studying at Oxford University / the concept of self-licensing / Tools magazine… Continue reading Sunday Scraps #46