London Festival of Architecture 2017: Graffiti, Memory and the City
May 16th, 2017

London Festival of Architecture 2017: Graffiti, Memory and the Citylondonfestivalofarchitecture.org

Graffiti, Memory and the Citylondonmet.ac.uk

Looking forward to taking part in Graffiti, Memory and the City on Monday 26 June 2017 hosted by Sir John Cass School of Art which is part of the London Festival of Architecture 2017.

The discussion will also explore how graffiti and memory work in the context of the city. I will present Vandals and the City. Sabina Andron will present 100 Days of Leake Street and Leah Borromeo will chair the discussion.

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The Cotton Film: Dirty White Gold
September 24th, 2012

“The Cotton Film : Dirty White Gold”sponsume.com

My friend Leah Borromeo is making a documentary film about the Indian cotton farmers who kill themselves to escape debt – and she needs your help.

“The journey starts with nearly 300,000 Indian farmers who have killed themselves to escape debt. At one point, up to 26 per day. They are the price we pay for cheap cotton – trapped in a cycle of debt, brought about as a result of the industrialisation of their livelihoods. Some kill themselves by drinking the pesticides with which they farm.

“At the heart of the film will be the human stories of the people who work the fields to form the threads of our moral fibre. We will ask ‘when you bag a bargain, who pays for it?'”

I’ve made a donation. To see why watch the video above and then click here to see how you can help.


Leah filming pesticides in India – The Cotton Film: Dirty White Gold.