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Elizabeth Mead | February 29, 2012
On display in the museum at the moment is Daniel Mudie Cunningham’s Funeral Songs. It is a jukebox compilation of songs people want played at their funeral – joyous, defiant, self-aggrandizing, melancholic etc.
Elizabeth Mead | March 1, 2012
Daniel Mudie Cunningham: I’ve always been interested in pursuing what today we call a slashie, the writer slash curator slash artist thing. Have you heard that? It sounds really gross.
Elizabeth Mead | March 9, 2012
Nell’s currency for us lies in the fact her silver poo has been selected for inclusion in the upcoming exhibition at Mona.
David Walsh | March 20, 2012
I wish I had a girl like youWho looks and talks and smells like youI know one girl would have to doBut I wish I had two girls like you
Elizabeth Mead | April 4, 2012
I was wildly disappointed with Alain de Botton’s Religion for Atheists. I usually like de Botton very much, and this book was bland and preachy.