I'm closing the Museum of Neoliberalism until further notice to avoid contributing the to coronavirus problem. The government's response has been slow and ineffectual and we can't wait for them to take the lead on this. Take care everyone. We'll reopen once things start to improve.
Just finished this mythologically seditious poster. If you're not familiar with the story, it's said that if the ravens leave the Tower of London the British Empire will fall and the monarchy will collapse. There are a minimum of 6 ravens in the Tower at all times, with one 'spare'. Their wings are clipped to keep them off balance so they can't fly away. I'm doing some limited edition prints, available here.
The Museum of Neoliberalism I co-curated with Gavin Grindon has had a bit more press. I was interviewed for the above article with i-D, also Huck, New Statesman, and as mentioned previously, a great write-up in Prospect and the Financial Times, and a review in Time Out.
The museum itself has been busy every weekend since we opened and the response has been fantastic. If you'd like to visit, book free tickets at museumofneoliberalism.com
Bloody Sunday was a massacre on 30th January 1972 in Derry, Northern Ireland, when British soldiers from the Parachute Regiment shot 26 unarmed civilians during a civil rights protest march. 14 people died, 7 of them teenagers. Many of the victims were shot while fleeing from the soldiers, and some were shot while trying to help the wounded. Other protesters were injured by shrapnel, rubber bullets or batons, and two were run down by army vehicles.
The initial tribunal into the killings was a whitewash and exo...
The 26 richest individuals have hoarded more wealth than the poorest 3.5 billion people on the planet. When we talk about building a sustainable economy we usually mean environmental sustainability, but exponentially increasing inequality is also fundamentally unsustainable.
"As I like to say to my American hedge fund friends, the Hamptons is not a defensible position. The Hamptons is a very rich area on Long Island that lie along low-lying beaches. Very hard to defend a low-lying beach. Eventually people will come for you." - Mark Blyth