Standing under stones

Recalling random acts of kindness / Fixing Computer Space, restoring one of the earliest arcade machines / three-dimensional origami made of fabric backed plywood by Sinead Fahey / Toyota Lunar Camper concept / an obituary of Sir John Richardson, biographer of Picasso / support the publication of Jonathan Meades’ Pedro & Ricky Come Again at Unbound / ‘Dutch ‘blunder building’ bans dancing‘, a rare miss from OMA / Repacking Social Media Into 1980s Nostalgia, the work of Thomas Ollivier / the refurbished and extended MK Gallery reopens with The Lie of the Land, an exhibition that ‘examines the modernisation of leisure propelled by industrialisation’. Also related, BBC4’s Arcadia, a hauntological, English eerie compilation of newly-soundtracked documentary material. Also related, Antequera, ‘the first in a series of Heroic Gnostic Poems by Julian Cope‘. A good excuse to dust off Jonathan Key’s review of The Modern Antiquarian. It’s all out there, somewhere.

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