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The Fifty-Fourth Station of the Tōkaidō (in Kirkcaldy)

Perhaps there was a fifty-fourth station of the Tōkaidō. What if Hiroshige transcended time and geography, sailed into Kirkcaldy harbour and placed a stone block in the outer walls of the library. A nod to an alternative Eastern Sea Road. … Continue reading

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Reflector / \ Conductor

 Light Lit Reflector /     \ Conductor of Car Park Transmutation In /     \ at the car parks of Rosyth Halt and Inverkeithing railway stations, Fife. Now playing: Ulrich Krieger – /RAW: ReSpace/

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Cartographies of Chance – Underneath the M90 (II)

These images were ‘found’ beneath a section of the M90 Motorway; an elevated brutalist behemoth straddling ancient agricultural land, north-east of Rosyth. The sheer mass of concrete overhead creates an almost cave like sensation when standing directly underneath. Folded into artificial darkness, violent white light spills around the concrete … Continue reading

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Underneath the M90

Up above, the sound is like a collision of thunder arriving from north and south. Traffic heading to unknown destinations, running up and down the asphalt spine of the M90 motorway. Here, underneath the flyover, the concrete walls have become vast, … Continue reading

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Found Art: Andre / Mondrian / Scully

How many times have we walked up Free School Close, a narrow pedestrian thoroughfare that connects Canmore Street to Dunfermline High Street? Perhaps it was the way the sun reflected off the pinks and greys. Possibly we were more attuned … Continue reading

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Alphabet Street Cipher

  .   .   .  . Now playing: The Jesus And Mary Chain – Alphabet Street (Cover).

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