neil cummings

London

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As part of Critical Practice I’ve been working on a series of events/walking tours/discussions. Over the next two years, we will work with a wide range of international partners to explore…


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Sunday 20th November, on my way to the Critical Practice Walk and Talk at the Royal Observatory.

The walk -we were to meet at at 1pm- started at the Prime Meridian, Longitude 0° Latitude 51° 28' 38 N........ even if it…


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 I spent Sunday afternoon at the Public Assembly convened as part of the Occupy London protest.

It was inspiring to participate in real-time public democratic organisational processes and decision making.


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Some of us from Chelsea College of Arts formed a very mixed ability cycling team The Chelsea Cadence.

We took…


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I went to the protest in London, it was a march to demand [and propose] alternatives to the brutal ideologically driven, financial cuts to public services.


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I saw Charlie Chaplin’s The Gold Rush on Monday. The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Carl Davis played a live accompaniment to Chaplin's silent classic in a special…


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In Britain, the coalition governments destruction of public funding for university education, and the decimation of financial support for arts and their institutions, has indeed induced pain in the arts.


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I went to London zoo to participate in an extension of an exhibition and conference. The exhibition at Gasworks was


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As part of Critical Practice I participated in a discussion organised by Department 21 at the Royal College of Art.

Critical Practice, a cluster of artists, researchers and academics…


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Some of us from Chelsea College of Art have formed a cycling team, Chelsea Cadence. Although 'team' may be too ambitious a term, maybe cluster, flock..huddle.....rabble..

Anyway. we took part, alongside 27,991 other people in the annual London to Brighton cycle run. It was great fun.…