But I Ingress
c. Michael St.Mark 2011
Former public conveniences. Victoria Park, Finchley. London N.
Interest was evoked by a surprise reversal of nature in this public space, a large
Ivy creeper growing inwards – towards the dark – and almost inevitably gaining access
through the narrowest of spaces. Additionally the frosted silhouette of this secretive
plant, with its ancient associations with witchcraft and the occult,empowering it
with somewhat sinister and menacing overtones, even perhaps invoking disturbing
echos of the shower scene in Hitchcock’s Psycho or else some B Movie Day of the Triffids’esque
It makes me shiver to think of it getting in at me, i can imagine it wrapping itself round my neck—–and there’d no more blogging for me:D
very ‘creepy’ indeed! 😀 it’s like the Day of the Triffids all over again. I particularly like the view of the ivy through the frosted glass, something mutant out to get you.
Was this taken in the ladies or gents by the way?:D :))))
Or something mutated and malevolent trying to get in at you?
Interesting MSM., not sure about the tiles, though, do they fit the ‘dada’ remit?
Sure why not, they’re not out to impress anyone with artistic pomposity after all.
Welcome blandness in a world of cleverer-than-thou designer madness maybe?
The colour is not that bland.
Nice to see you.