Category Archives: Cove Park
Many thanks to Dee for pointing out this link to a detailed and positive blog on our Glasgow symposium event in February.
“Precipitous” Paula Kramer’s single word response to the “nature” of Cove Park resonated strongly with geographical, topological, political and climatic affordances that I for one, in such good and stimulating company, enjoyed there enormously. Precipitous? Yes because the land fell … Continue reading
[Posted on Wallace’s behalf. And with a big thanks to her for making this available. SB] Steve very kindly asked if I would put up the notes from my talk on Friday 11th February at the Glasgow Symposium. They seem … Continue reading
[Posted on Tony’s behalf as he disappears off to Egypt to get revolutionised. SB] At last, a few moments to jot down some rather rushed reflections on the Cove Park event. I won’t try to compete with the impressively articulate, … Continue reading
‘Blog’ is such an ugly word isn’t it? – particularly for the elegance of thought that has been situated here in response to the event at Glasgow/Cove Park. Our Scottish ‘plateau’ (Bottoms via Deleuze) has been articulated and archived, represented … Continue reading
Thought this debate, about the “brainwashing” of children with allegedly inaccurate information about climate change, was relevant to some of the things that came up in Glasgow and Cove Park.
[I’m posting this on Dee’s behalf, since she keeps losing the instructions about how to do it herself. (Could this be a willed forgetting?) SB] 1. An Introduction In our original conception of our network our intention was to migrate … Continue reading
[As with Fountains Abbey, these notes are Phil’s – not mine. I’m just the poster boy. This time the photos are Phil’s too. SB] when I am exploring Cove Park I find some appealing spaces – space under the pods, … Continue reading
I have found it difficult to compose a blog – there are too many possibilities, too many paths to choose. Throughout the weekend I felt acutely conscious of the layers of silt and rubbish that formed the site, and the … Continue reading
In my summary post about the network’s Fountains Abbey weekend (See “Looking Back, Looking Forward”), I proposed that ambivalence and dissensus were perhaps the most insistent elements to emerge from our discussions. Looking back with the experience of our second … Continue reading