3.10.15: Eel Pie For Phil Collins

The story of a walk along the river to Eel Pie Island in March on a sunny afternoon as told by dear friends Lisa and Paolo…

Sell Your TV and Come To The Cinema

A day dedicated to friends old and new… First, a lovely lunch in Camden Town with ex-pat Canadian Yvette Ray who was such an important part of my days with cub. Then we hop a train for Twickenham to meet the dynamic Sue Palmer for a magical trip to Eel Pie Island, a former hotbed for a myriad of music scenes (ballroom dancing, jazz sessions, R&B hootenannies, the Rolling Stones’ first shows, psychedelic freakouts…) and now a collection of cottages, artist studios, a shipbuilding shed and home of the Richmond Yacht Club (thanks for the tour, Doug!) where a portrait of Phil Collins hangs proudly above the proscenium (he learned to play drums here).

After a walk along the Thames, past manors built for mistresses and former palaces, we end up at Sue and David’s cozy house for tea and talk about Dartington College, gluten-free meringues, Gibellina, witch…

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About inquiline

Contemporary artist making live performance, sound, video and digital artworks, with people and places. Often nature is involved. Parks and other urban green spaces and networks are at the centre of my current research interests beside a long term general interest in the meeting points between the human and non-human.

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