The Second Man: An autobiography concerning a sense of belonging – 1

I arrived back in South Africa in October 2008. My mother died that year and a three-year relationship had just ended. While I was on holiday in South Africa in January I had walked into my mother’s bedroom to find her dead. We carried her out of the house. I did some form of CPR but it was hopeless. I went to see her body … Continue reading The Second Man: An autobiography concerning a sense of belonging – 1

Where I Stand 12/05/2016

Having rejoined Facebook the world seems to be a darker place.  I say this because everybody seems to have become more intolerant and more radicalised in their positions.  Of course it is only social media.  One person who used to ‘hate’ me on Facebook and accuse me of ghastly political positions was very different when I met her in person at a gallery. In real life … Continue reading Where I Stand 12/05/2016