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IMAGE: When the streets of a city empty, where do the people go? Greystones.

Grafton Street was empty on St. Stephen’s Day, you’ll recall. We were all sat at home, waiting for onset of a hangover we’re still trying to Berocca our way through so many months later. The winter sales were essentially an online-only phenomenon in 2020, click but don’t collect – just like work was, just like … Continue reading IMAGE: When the streets of a city empty, where do the people go? Greystones.

IMAGE: The internet wrecked the world and the internet saved my life

Is it blasphemous to compare oneself to the Virgin Mary? Probably, but here goes nothing. In the summer of 1985, as Ireland endured another year of mass emigration and spittle-flecked wrangling about divorce, it was reported that people throughout the country were spotting statues of Mary moving spontaneously, most notably in Ballinspittle, Co. Cork. You … Continue reading IMAGE: The internet wrecked the world and the internet saved my life

Big Art Energy: Transnormal

She’s forever wearing masks, for her good and yours, leasing new bodies for each vantage point. Flesh-and-blood parallax, she bends light through herself – a spectrum of gentle deceptions. She does her part to get by, because she is good. She is good. She is good, isn’t she? Fluorescent lights glimmer deep red behind her … Continue reading Big Art Energy: Transnormal