Tales from a Covidian Landscape
These new images by photographer Nigel Dawson capture the eeriness of the Covid 19 landscape
Landscapes of Post-War Infrastructure: A Conversation with Painter, Jen Orpin
Gareth E. Rees & Jen Orpin discuss the memories and mythology of roads, motorways and service stations
Shadowlands: Light and Darkness on the Urban Edge
In Nigel Dawson’s photographic mutations of the everyday, human ghosts lurk within shadowy high-rise housing estates, derelict buildings and industrial edgelands.
Ghostspaces Where the Bombs Once Fell
To celebrate Halloween, Deeana Violet tells the tale of the ghosts which filled the spaces created by Blitz devastation in Sheffield
Artist Matt Healy’s evocative series of paintings explores the materials and mythologies of Britain’s industrial edgelands
Traffic Reports from Dark Roundabouts, Deadly Roads & Stone Age Service Stations
A series of films about traffic black spots that have seeped into the national consciousness.
The Business Park in the Marsh: Post-Brexit Wanders in Grimsby’s Europarc
Gareth E. Rees meets artist Marc Renshaw for a walk through the a business park in the edgelands of Grimsby, in which they are haunted by the spectre of potential economic disasters to come.
As the Crow Flies: Cross City Walks in Birmingham
1. Take a map of a city 2. Draw a straight line from one side of the city to the …
A Walk into the Dark Side: A New Map of Occult London
“Within the city exists a shadow world of druids, mystics, magicians and witches.” Occult London: A Guide to the Highly …
Fat Balls & A Lost Wedding Ring at a Sheffield Retail Park
Author of Car Park Life, Gareth E. Rees, recounts the sorry tale of his trip to a retail park in Sheffield in which he encounters the Mad Hatter, fat balls, riverside poetry and loses his wedding ring.