Saturday, September 29, 2012

escaping the cold


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escaping the cold
stovies and oatcakes
in the Halfway House

Paul Conneally

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Burger Van

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burger van
a cold breeze across
the market place


Paul Conneally

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Taken Hostage By Nature - Culhane & Conneally 2012

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From 'Barefoot Blinfold' - Anne-Marie Culhane and Paul Conneally 2012
A splacist intervention - part of Culhane's 'Fruit Routes' for Loughborough University

Anne-Marie Culhane - Fruit Routes Loughborough

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Artist Anne-Marie Culhane in conversation in the Landscaping and Gardening Our Society hut - the Fruit Routes hub.
Watch out for new Fruit Routes actions and participatory activities in October.
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Sunday, September 09, 2012

in the half light

in the half light 
she turns into a fox 
ripe wheat

Paul Conneally

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Saturday, September 08, 2012

Saint Aiden's Church Mural on outside wall New Parks Leicester



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Mural found on outside wall of a church during a derive by Paul Conneally in New Parks, Leicester.

Later, Conneally finds that the mural and the chrurch, Saint Aiden's, were designed by the great British architect, Sir Basil Spence.

Spence is probably most well known for Coventry Cathedral.

Saint Aiden's was designed by Spence in 1958 and completed in 1959.

The church is in the middle of New Parks estate and is now almost hidden from view appart from tall tower like sculpture with a cross on top that stands out to drivers passing on the busy dual carriageway New Parks Boulevard.

September Sun

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reminding me 
of how human I am 
September sun

Paul Conneally

New Parks Pool

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Paul Conneally 2012

Hold Meetings Anywhere But The Office - Splacist Meeting Edict Number One

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Staff from Leicester City Learning Services take on board Paul Conneally's splacist urgings for them to experiment with holding formal meetings outside when ever possible.

Sunday, September 02, 2012

Fanning My Face


fanning my face
with her menu
some like it hot

Paul Conneally

In Lamentation

in lamentation
for a dead mouse
clover

Paul Conneally