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Linda

Posted by Diana Henebury

Now I am going to tell you a poem. This will be part of a series of alphabetically themed writings. Imagine neo-hippy illustrations in magic marker day glow pink, green, orange. These are not good or proper poems, for that you need to access Barry’s work - but I claim the title of poems for mine, though without any rules…

Linda
Loves London life, lives locally
Longingly leers, lazily lolls

Linda learns Latin, Liberian, Luxemborgian
Leaving Liverpool, latently, loftily
Langourously loitering in Lime Stret
Lasciviously licking lollipop, lovely cocks
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August 2nd, 2004 | Residents, General, Reading Room, Diana Henebury | 4 comments

Notes from Hoxton/ Hackney Borderline

Posted by Diana Henebury

I greet you. Its been a long time.
Prowling around the east end of London is like re-entering an old, familiar circle. My father, long dead and buried in New York, was born in […]

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July 18th, 2004 | Residents, Reviews, Reading Room, Diana Henebury | No comments

Random notes - Later still

Posted by Diana Henebury

OK. So now it is November and the last of the leaves remain on the trees. So far as art goes, this artist is having a bleeding hard time, but that’s just par for the […]

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November 3rd, 2003 | Residents, General, Reading Room, Diana Henebury | 1 comment

More random notes from the Hackney/ Hoxton border

Posted by Diana Henebury

It’s been a while. Days are shorter and the light is sifter, colder, even when the sun is out. On the anniversary of 9/11 I remember where I was, in the opposite of New York, […]

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October 10th, 2003 | Residents, General, Reading Room, Diana Henebury | 3 comments

Almost random notes - one artist’s response to the world

Posted by Diana Henebury

An occasional communique from the frontline of the Hackney/Hoxton border.
Time has collapsed. What was history is now… War is back(it never really went away) A frisson of fear and desire, nausea and anxiety invades.The divine […]

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March 25th, 2003 | Residents, General, Reading Room, Diana Henebury | No comments

Access Random Memory

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Eight Modern, the contemporary arts group, held its first collaborative exhibition.
Entitled Access Random Memory, the show is based around the themes of storage and retrieval, although each of the eight artists has taken a markedly […]

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December 11th, 2001 | Residents, Group Collaborative, Projects, Cher Adeyinka, Raof Ahmad, Maureen Beattie, Diana Henebury, Caroline Fisher, Jennifer Morrison, Matthew Snead, Barry Timms | No comments

Review (Sort Of)

Posted by Diana Henebury

When you go to a gallery does the visit become more about you being on show and posing? Does the gallery space become more important than the work? Do all the other people (poseurs) become […]

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April 17th, 2001 | Residents, Reviews, Reading Room, Diana Henebury | No comments