Former Turner prize-winner Grayson Perry has called the art establishment disengaged "with the real world".
The cross-dressing artist, known for his often sexually explicit ceramic work, told the Radio Times: "There is no popular wing to it."


Bill Griffiths (1948-2007)

Quote from Nicholas Johnson's obituary of Bill Griffiths in The Independent: The poet Bill Griffiths was an extraordinary writer: radical, experimental and scholarly, but also fun. His was the poetry of a biker, a cook, a boat owner and a social historian.



It was good advice then and it's still good advice now...


It’s there again…

It’s there again…
The pernicious hum
Of my computer,
The white rectangle
With just the cursor
Looking like an ‘I’.

Walker (2011)
© Walker & Jones 2011