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10 Greatest Conspiracy Theories Of All Time

1. It was actually Jackie Kennedy who assassinated JFK in Dallas. He was shot from inside the car! Jackie was fed up with being paraded before the public as a trophy wife, and also with her husband indulging his sexual … Continue reading

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From Whitecross Street to Falmouth Harbour & Back Again!

Reader let me take you by the hand to Whitecross Street… are the words with which nineteenth-century writer George Gissing begins his first novel Workers of the Dawn. In Gissing’s time Whitecross Street was synonymous with poverty but now it … Continue reading

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Ray Johnson opening at Raven Row

Ray Johnson was a pop artist, friend of Andy Warhol and one of the key figures in international mail art (aestheticised communication in the form of a ‘paper net’ that acted as a precursor to the world wide web). He … 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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