Finding location: Central Station, Exit C of the Hong Kong MTR

Central MTR station, exit C

I always feel a bit dislocated when first exiting an underground public transport station, whatever city I am in.  It always takes a minute or more to adjust and locate.  There is the moment that occurs where you realise you can orient yourself and you know where you are going. Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense

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In anticipation of a healthy diet.

Not Really Still Life: In anticipation of a healthy diet?

This post is in response to a WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge where the aim is to express the future tense.  The photograph links back to a paper that I once wrote concerning the ways that food moulds (molds) or decays and at the same time shapes our daily life experiences.  The fruit bowl representes a particular class consciousness that incorporates display of class ability and the inherent content of the still life, which is rooted in notions of controlling/disciplining/civilising nature. Continue reading