There is no more sombre enemy of good art than the pram in the hall

One strand of the Perambulator project (a really important one) addresses how I can, as an artist, continue to make work now that I have children. This quote, from the writer Cyril Connolly’s… Continue reading

Prams and drifting

Looking for references to prams and psychogeography, I came across Fernando Sdrigotti’s article Clerkenwell: Drift and Prams in the psychogeographic review. He writes “I used to spend several hours every morning walking in… Continue reading

Fertility and Maternity, Then and Now

I went to a great seminar at Senate House yesterday, entitled ‘Fertility and Maternity, Then and Now’ it was part of the Institute of Historical Research’s ‘Conversations and Disputations’ series. In 1915, Margaret… Continue reading