Tag Archives: Iain Sinclair

La Pasionaria and the Psychedelic Tiger: A short wander in Glasgow, 10th July 2013

Watch a street and you become it. You construct, if so inclined, a narrative: but you are also part of the witnessed event. You shape what you see. Iain Sinclair, Edge of the Orison In Glasgow. Uncharacteristic, sweltering heat and … Continue reading

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They’ll never see as we do…

‘They’ll never see, as we do, the hidden spaces, the rampant ecology, weeds, wild flowers; hawthorn, dogwood, hedge-parsley, willowherb, tormentil’. Iain Sinclair, London Orbital, (London: Penguin, 2003), p. 325. Now playing: Sun Araw: On Patrol.

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