Wasteland Sydney is happy to announce a new project: Wasteland Sydney Satellites: Wasteland Satellite Beaconsfield As mentioned earlier http://wasteland-twinning.net/blog/fenced-off/ the Wasteland in Surry Hills will be inaccessible for the next two years. In order to reflect on the fast changeing cityscape of Sydney I have nominated the first sibling wasteland to the Albion St land. The first wasteland satellite is in the tiny inner-city suburb of Beaconsfield. It is located ... more »
Wasteland Sydney is fenced off. Fenced off for at least 2 more years. 2 years of being entry and exit point for the Sydney East Cable Tunnel project. I can view the development through the fence and felt a bit disheartened at first. No, it was actually shocking news as the developers had told me that the land would be accessible this year. Blergh. Here are a few pictures from ... more »
Twinned! Wasteland Kuala Lumpur is exhilarated to announce the official twinning with Wasteland Sydney with one of three ceremonies!
Here are the pictures of the on site action to the online ceremony.
The pictures describe the action of twinning by raised hands and the signatures on the yellow raincoats
Twinned! Sydney Wasteland is exhilarated to announce the official twinning with Kuala Lumpur with one of three ceremonies! Here are the pictures of the online ceremony! the pictures describe the action of twinning by raised hands and the signatures on the yellow raincoats. I received great help from the site personnel who took the photos from across the road. The site is currently being developed and one of the builders ... more »
Foreword: Leslie Fairisle arrived on the Köpenickerstr 36 Wasteland site in the middle of January. I first noticed him loitering about the edge of the river on a particularly chilly Sunday morning. As you will note from the following extracts taken from Fairisle’s journal he claims to have been undertaking an investigation for a party interested in acquiring the land. He refers to his employers only as The Company, presumably ... more »
While staying in Glasgow I approached the site on Bath Street arriving from the West End. The fencing provided by Avant Guarde Security has been breached several times and at different points. I choose to enter through a small hole in the fencing on Pitt Street. The makeshift structure described previously by Justin is now scattered and dismantled, the length of carpet, brick fire-circle and a box of clothes frozen ... more »