Thursday, 3 April 2014

York Curiouser street poetry

In the corners of the city, at the ends of snickets, in the bell towers and bars, something is unfolding: new sources are whispering and shaping the story of the streets, drawing us onwards through spaces that others have touched and transformed.

Curious? Stop right here. The signs are everywhere, images flourishing in forgotten places, the walls flutters with them! The new and the old feed on each other. All that we thought blank and dank, opens. Catch the city in the corner of your eye and enter it.




I took these test shots of John Wedgwood Clarke's excellent locational poetry as part of the promotional work for York Curiouser: the city in the light of contemporary art interventions – fleeting glimpses, tiny openings and snatched words from 14 June to 7 July 2014.

Curious? See the website for more details: www.yorkcuriouser.com/

Thursday, 3 April 2014

York Curiouser street poetry

In the corners of the city, at the ends of snickets, in the bell towers and bars, something is unfolding: new sources are whispering and shaping the story of the streets, drawing us onwards through spaces that others have touched and transformed.

Curious? Stop right here. The signs are everywhere, images flourishing in forgotten places, the walls flutters with them! The new and the old feed on each other. All that we thought blank and dank, opens. Catch the city in the corner of your eye and enter it.




I took these test shots of John Wedgwood Clarke's excellent locational poetry as part of the promotional work for York Curiouser: the city in the light of contemporary art interventions – fleeting glimpses, tiny openings and snatched words from 14 June to 7 July 2014.

Curious? See the website for more details: www.yorkcuriouser.com/