Sometimes in life, all the experience and knowledge simmering around in that ol' consciousness of ours combines itself in a way that suddenly causes the cerebral clockwork to click into place, and ...

Male and female brains function differently on a molecular level, researchers found while testing the effects of an anti-depressant drug.

Listen to Brian Eno deliver his John Peel Lecture on the ecology of culture.

Brian Eno: 'Children learn through play, but adults play through art', BBC John Peel lecture - 2015

In 1973 Meadows teamed up with fellow student Martin Parr and together they photographed the residents of June Street in Salford, twenty houses awaiting demolition.  What attracted them was that it had been used in the filming of ITV's Coronation Street.  Alive on TV, in reality it was about to be erased from the map.  They were curious: which version was the true version?   Daniel Meadows (b. 1952) is a documentarist: one who, in an attempt to make sense of the times in which we live…

In 1973 Meadows teamed up with fellow student Martin Parr and together they photographed the residents of June Street in Salford, twenty houses awaiting demolition.

discontents | working for the triumph of content over form, ideas over control, people over systems

Day 1 of NDF session, Tuesday 13 October 2015 Tim is interested in the possibilities of extracting faces from within heritage collections and p.

Anthony Luvera » Dialogues and Perspectives, Collaboration in Focus: Anthony Luvera In Conversation with Patrick Fox

Dialogues and Perspectives, Collaboration in Focus: Anthony Luvera In Conversation with Patrick Fox - Anthony Luvera

Felix Gonzalez-Torres - Artist - Andrea Rosen Gallery

Felix Gonzalez-Torres - Artist - Andrea Rosen Gallery

obstructed the St Patrick parade float from entering Trafalgar Square during the St Patrick's Day Festival in Central London.

In 1973 I teamed up with fellow Manchester Polytechnic student Martin Parr, to photograph the residents of June Street in Salford, twenty houses awaiting demolition.  What attracted us was that it had been used in the filming of ITV's Coronation Street.  Alive on TV, in reality it was about to be erased from the map.  We were curious: which version was the true version? [Daniel Meadows' Talking Pictures give a window onto his archive, held at the Library of Birmingham, UK]

From June Street, Salford, 1972 © Daniel Meadows.it's all about the tights on the mantel piece

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