By baruk on December 13, 2009
bottlebroke has just gone international! (well, they always say that like it’s a good thing). entered ‘the bottlebroke tree’ at this years trees at the meteor event. also saw some of the trees being prepared, and they are *brilliant! hope to see them when they are all ready. the tree is an adaptation of the […]
By baruk on October 31, 2009
i’ll take the river walkaway from the shopsor the street named aftera dead (once murderous) queen.i’ll take the river walkpast ancient waka landingsand memories of other riversin other places i call home.i’ll take the river walkhome.
By baruk on August 23, 2009
Maps have a subversive potential that is often ignored and overlooked. They have been used by rulers, whether kings or ‘elected’ governments to name and signify, telling us what places are called and why they are significant. There is a power in naming places, as those who fought for Bangalore to be called Bengaluru and […]
By baruk on August 16, 2009
View Hamilton Op Shops/Secondhand in a larger map Op (opportunity) shops are *brilliant places where you can get second hand clothes, furniture, cutlery and almost anything that people are willing to give away. People give the op shops things they no longer want/need, and the shop then sells it cheap, using the money generated for […]