Category Archives: WeedyConnection

on Weedbuster week and why you still at it

Ok, so you are going to offer 5 tours in the next month and a half, in 5 different locations. This is nothing new to your practice, as you have been using this ‘delivery’ concept as far back as 2002, … Continue reading

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This is funny

so, you have been bragging about spontaneous flora from a while, and it somewhat feels strange this, but you are now involved in a garden project, www.tending.net, where in collaboration with Lucas Ihlein and anybody else who would like to … Continue reading

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There’s more to Brighton than a burned down pier

OK, this is it, nearly outta here. as a closing post you’d like to record a dot point list: Brighton’s west pier apparently didn’t burned down due to an ‘insurance job’, but rather because of two main theories: 1-the competition, … Continue reading

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while you were talking

You gave a talk last week, a the Wildlife in The City forum, part of the Clubhouse at Performance Space and organized by Joni Taylor. For the occasion you presented a mini photo/environmental survey of the area surrounding Carriageworks. You … Continue reading

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