A couple of things. Test
thinks we won't be able to resist the work of Thomas Haywood
. The Alpha Male
series is quite creepy - almost post-apocalyptic. Passing Through
conjures up the kind of elusive memories you scrabble to reassemble before they vanish.
We also enjoyed reading Nothing is wasted, nothing is forgotten
, the 'little islands of analogue amidst the bitstreams' of a self-confessed collector, the enduring power of analogue media and how a service like gmail
might hold the key for the confluence of the two. An off-cut. 'Digital photography feels like bacon in the fridge; good for a couple of weeks, but then only fit for the bin. An analogue photograph is a well-cured ham - you can forget about it for years, but it will stay there, gathering dust in a cupboard, until you bring it out, brush it off, and enjoy it all over again.'