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UPDATE | What’s going on in there?

January 15, 2014


In writing I Spy … Scenes from micro-suburbia, we partly sought to highlight the ways in which domestic or private spaces spill into public, social and community experiences in sububan areas. We commented at the release of the booklet that we would continue to explore our locality and update it with interesting and notable practices […]

PHOTO | Suburban Homelessness

November 20, 2013


Recently this improvised and modest ‘camp’ appeared on the steps of an empty building in Chermside where my bus stops on its in-bound journey along Gympie Road. It is a reminder that ‘suburban homelessness’, as something I have previously noted in this blog, is visible, pressing and present in suburban areas.

TALK | Fallen fruit

March 1, 2013


I quite liked this facebook exchange and wanted to keep it. It dovetails into this past week’s thinking/reading/writing about gender, politics, mapping and emergency. It started with a posting of a news story about a bumper fruit crop being left to rot due to a various market conditions and failures. I love how this rolls […]