Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Cultural Role of Pigeons

While the puffed up politicians vacate the streets and return to the nest to plan the next round of shitting on us all, the UK’s city squares are left free for the real pigeons to resume their similar public displays of proudly crapping everywhere whilst simultaneously showing off their masculinity. Our media space, from Buzzfeed […]

Dark Polls: The Power of Compartmentalisation

We have highlighted the issue of the delimitation and compartmentalisation of our online worlds and worldviews – and the uses to which these mechanisms can be put (quarantine as well as collectivisation) – previously, and we have too demonstrated that our autopoietic social realms nonetheless share impenetrable proximities with diametrically opposed spaces, often on the […]