Here you’ll find revellers, developers and dealers circling the city’s glitzy heart, Lenin inspecting Swedish allotments, and people hanging on to housing as the city tries to squeeze them out in the search for ever more profit. Elastic Glue
is a pamphlet rooted in place, looking critically at the intersections of who and what we share our spaces with, and what that means.
This follow-up to Goose Fair Night
examines the ways we own and are owned by land – how we both make and are made by the places we inhabit. Kathy Pimlott explores this through poetry which is sharp, lyrical, always political, and sometimes just exasperated.