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Alyson Hallett & Donny O’Rourke

Bird on cobbles

Alyson Hallett sees her words carved into stone, while Donny O’Rourke considers the stone of Glasgow’s classic tenements. Alyson Hallett tells of how her words came to be carved in stone and laid down in a pavement in the centre of Bath. Donny O’Rourke pens a testament to the enduring and evolving nature of Glasgow tenements, stone stoics in a city that endlessly cannibalises itself.


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