Patrick Keiller

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LONDON BY PATRICK KEILLER

By Tara Judah

Robinson, a fictional man we never see, is studying – or perhaps sleuthing –London. We presume the images presented to be his visual documentation, though they might have materialised from the mysterious cognition of our own imagination. Though Robinson is not present, he is not missing either. Our narrator (Paul Scofield) is a companion to Robinson, though it has been years since they saw each other last. And though our nameless narrator speaks the words written by filmmaker Patrick Keiller, he too might be a materialisation of our imagination.

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ROBINSON IN SPACE BY PATRICK KELLER

By Tara Judah

Our narrator (Paul Scofield) returns. Pairing himself once more with Robinson, this time commissioned to study (or sleuth) England, the examination of space moves ever so slightly from the psychogeographic to the ideological.

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ROBINSON IN RUINS BY PATRICK KEILLER

By Tara Judah

Contemporary issues like the global financial crisis and climate change have begged for another round of Robinson’s sleuthing; another essay articulate beyond its years from his companion, our narrator. Something to unpack as the next decade tattoos itself onto the landscape.
But Robinson is defeated.

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