From other here to there

Robin Friend’s new photography monograph, Bastard Countryside, ’15 years worth of exploration within the British landscape, dwelling on what Victor Hugo called the ‘bastard countryside’: “somewhat ugly but bizarre, made up of two different natures”.’ See also the interview at It’s Nice That / rare photographs of Kate Macintosh’s Dawson’s Heights in South London, 1964-72, at the RIBA. See also a visit to Dawson’s Heights, parkour-style / Japanese alley bookends / the art of Unfriending before Facebook / Pipes III by Robert Götzfried. We also like his series Pools (via Diedrica) / queuing for that moment of Instagram self-discovery / the paintings of Hiroshi Furuyoshi / Brooklyn Stereography, a blog about ‘all things stereographic, from classic scopes & stereoviews to historical context & modern analysis’. Recommended / Syntax & Salt Magazine, new fiction / It doesn’t matter if we all die, the late Mark Fisher on The Cure’s ‘Unholy Trinity’ / beautiful travel notebooks by Jose Naranja.

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