Research blog for Creative Practice

“From dust were ye made and dust ye shall be”

When you decide to visit Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park you can choose to see the park or the cemetery. Not that they are two separates places. You can choose to have a nice conversation on a bench under the shade... Continue Reading →



I modelled this piece of writing on Darkness and Light in Kathleen Jamie’s Findings. “Silence. Silence is what we dread. We listen to music on the underground while the train engines shriek in our ears. We turn our TVs on... Continue Reading →

London Metropolitan Archives

The London Metropolitan Archives are situated in a massive building near Farringdon. When I saw them for the first time I was on a field trip for a Creative Practice class. Everything was in proper order, a guide showed us... Continue Reading →

Piece inspired by London Overground

  London Overground by Iain Sinclair is a peculiar book. Iain Sinclair describes a daylong trip on The Ginger Line, taking this walk as a pretext to draw his image of the city. His wiring is visual, his descriptions are... Continue Reading →

Oral History Interview

This is an excerpt of the transcription of the interview with María, a friend of mine who kindly agreed to take part in this project. I chose to post the piece of the interview when we were talking about 11-M,... Continue Reading →

Review of A Child of the Jago

A Child of the Jago is a tale of poverty and misery. The book narrates the brief life of Dicky Perrot and draws a sketch of the conditions of the area. The Jago is a slum in Spitalfields that represents... Continue Reading →

Visit to the Bishopsgate Institute

Research methods in Rodinsky’s Room

This is the excerpt for your very first post.

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