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“Pasting colours: Envisioning Alternatives” by Dr Ian Bethell-Bennett

I have visions of colour rubbing up on each other, sliding over liquid slopes of sun-drenched limestone and bleached out roads, deepened by heat and dust.  Colour capturing what we do not see, but refuse to ignore.   Islands are aloof, detached, yet our islands lay under the vibrant eyes of people who do not know this.  They have always travelled, always ventured, always known that life is bigger than us, bigger than this island in the middle of the water, surrounded by beaches of no value until the new people came and barred these things from our lives.

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