Cool It Carol! (Pete Walker, 1970)

Revelation, here, becomes a varied discovery of both the places you have dreamed about and the failings you fear revealed.

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Robin Askwith

Robin Smile

Faces loom and shine here like new stars spied hanging in the night for the very first time every time.


Major Themes and Minor Movements Pt. 2

Such an allegedly minor movement from where we are to where we want to be can become a major theme.

Joe & Carol


For Tom Courtenay and Julie Christie read Robin Askwith and Janet Lynn

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Exploring mobility and stasis, fantasy and reality Pete Walker’s Cool It Carol! shares a common purpose with Schlesinger’s Billy Liar.


Stream Line (Chris Welsby, 1976) vs Confessions of a Driving Instructor (Norman Cohen, 1976)

confessionsWelsby’s contemplative unfolding space juxtaposed with those more frenetic and exploitative spaces unnaturally bared in Confessions of a Driving Instructor.


Cool It Carol! (Pete Walker, 1970)

coolitcarol01_2The reality of London differs from the fantasy they longed for. The dirty streets become the space between these poles.