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My life in crime
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My life in crime

I have recently taken to pondering the might-have-beens of my life, the alternative futures, possible pathways, which events might have taken.   Steve Latham   Physicists theorise that there is not just one reality, but a multiverse of different versions of this one, producing an infinite number of parallel universes. […]

A liminal age?
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A liminal age?

It is commonplace to identify our epoch as one of liminality; the idea that we live in a unique period of transition and change.   Steve Latham   In this liminal age, we are betwixt and between. Everything is unclear, vague; neither one thing nor the other. The old has […]

The smell of John
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The smell of John

You can smell John from several metres away. As I walk up to him, I nearly gag. The stench of sweat, beer and dirt, is overpowering. Worse inside confined spaces, it’s not so bad outside.   Steve Latham   John has been homeless for a long time. These days he’s […]

You don’t see the homeless
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You don’t see the homeless

Anthony Hernandez has been photographing Los Angeles for a number of years but the glamorous and the glitzy, so often associated with a city named after celestial beings, do not feature in his work.   Sean Sheehan   There are no angels in the sky for Hernandez to photograph and […]