Tuesday 24 December 2013

4th street sign in production.

Needle and thread were used to make little ties to bind the electroluminescent wire in place. The plastic backing is from a shampoo bottle.

The two electroluminescent wires are connected to a single AAA battery.

And voila!

Currently listening to:

The Croyden poet, Anne Clark who collaborates with all manner of electro/techno musicians.

I particularly like her collaboration with Kuniyuki Takahashi, a Japanese musician from Sapporo.

Ann Clark

Kuniyuki Takahashi

The iconic can of Sapporo

Last night's dinner:

Forgot to take photograph but it was Spaghetti Bolognaise.

I think I've mentioned this before, but I don't think that the Italians serve their Bolognaise with spaghetti but rather with one of the flatter pastas.

Finished reading:

And so enjoyed it, I'm going to nip down to the library tomorrow and borrow the other of Isherwood's Berlin novels.

Or indeed any other Isherwood that might be on the shelves.


Cycled to St Simon's, Partick, for 12.30 Mass. 

There are three stain glass windows on the south wall of this very small church. At first I found them a bit crude and raw. But now I feel their power. Here's one of them.

Christmas Miscellany:

We have an advent calendar based on the Frauenkirche in Dresden. We bring it out every year.

The real thing.

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