Friday, 13 June 2008

When it rains in Oxford Street

Just back last night from London, trying not very successfully to sort out our immigration status for the Calgary projects.
We're taking this slight geographical link to mention the text we wrote for Alex Gross' book of new works, Wood Death Architecture, resulting from his residency at Tramway.

Our short essay, When it rains in Oxford Street, the architecture is no more important than the rain (from an Archigram quote) is alongside essays by John Calcutt and Jim Colquhoun, a nice place to be.

We'll upload the essay on our website in the near future, until then you can buy Alex's text in art bookshops and visual art venues in Scotland.

1 comment:

silverfox said...

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