Tag Archives: Dixon of Dock Green

Secret Rites: witchcraft night at BFI Flipside

Shortly after I’d settled into my seat at BFI Screen 1 for the Flipside Halloween shindig, a ‘real-life witch’ came and sat next to me. I figured this woman was a Wiccan because she looked completely out of place among … Continue reading

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Art critics on crack & their rock smokin’ sociologist friends…

Disorientations: Art on the Margins of the Contemporary by Travis Jeppesen (Social Diseases, London 2008) As a book Disorientations is very much a product of print-on-demand publishing, a technological advance that allows the tastes of tiny micro-audiences to be serviced. … Continue reading

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