Steve Lunn

Approaching death, part 5 of 5. Quintessence. What if the light never goes out?
Stephen Lunn

THAT’S NOT ME, BY THE WAY, IN THE ‘APPROACHING DEATH PART 5 OF 5’ IMAGE. IT’S A LOVELY GUY FROM THE U.S. WHO VISITED THE WAREHOUSE ART SCHOOL END-OF-YEAR SHOW IN 2017.
I’m mostly a writer. Also sometimes a conceptual artist and musician.
In the 1980s I developed design methodologies for early on-line systems; and in the 1990s, research methodologies integrating qualitative and quantitative methods in a socio-cultural approach to educational research. This tendency to ‘go meta’ continues in my creative practice.
A committed green since stumbling on the Ehrlichs’ Population Resources Environment in 1970, I edited the North Oxford Green View for several years, and was a founding member and chair of the Westmill Wind Farm Co-operative.
I am concerned about climate change, bio-diversity loss and extinction; the rise of fascism; the self-consuming logic of free market capitalism; and the continuing ravages of poverty, misogyny, speciesism, ablism, religion and racism. But through the many years since I was one myself, I have always believed that ‘the kids are all right’. I find grounds for great optimism in the clarity of the current generation of young people.

If you like blood, gore and fine preserves, please view my only video Marmalade Nouns (2017), on YouTube. Thanks!

  • It I knew the way, I would take you home.
  • A glass of wine in her hand.
  • Let them run free.
  • I can\\\'t tell who put it there.
  • Approaching death, part 2 of 5. Water. Joy.

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