It’s finally happened. It was going to sooner or later, I just didn’t imagine it to be like this. What’s worse is all I can do is sit and laugh like a maniac.
Tag Archives: politics
So here we sit, a nation on the cusp of a new era. Despite the Conservatives’ appropriation of the buzzword “change” one can’t help but feel that whatever the outcome of this general election it will be the advent of … Continue reading
I’d like to start by making the point that the Gordon Brown gaffe now being named as “bigotgate” has been blown out of proportion, mainly by the media but also through sites such as twitter.
Apologies for not writing in over a week. My page view graph has flatlined at zero and such objective feedback is hard to take and makes me embarrassed. I’ve been lazy over the Easter period, I predicted it happening.
I’ve been reading “Class, Self, Culture” by Beverley Skeggs. The following is my reaction to what I’ve gained from it in relation to my own artistic practise exploring British society and the class system. Excuse me, if I repeat or … Continue reading