Lost in the Cracks review

“Cook’s installation covers a wide area and I was impressed by the dispersed nature of the work. For example I was greeted at East Croydon station by a friendly bureaucrat who informed me that, despite Croydon technically being in Zone 5 of London’s travelcard system, my Oystercard was not valid there and that I would have to pay a twenty quid penalty fare.”

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2 responses to “Lost in the Cracks review

  1. this is great stuff, no need for the apologetics, G! :-)Interesting about the barthes also

  2. Really, you are too kind! I'm just being highly silly. Barthes is wonderful… "Camera Lucida" is staple food for Fine Art students for a darn good reason!

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