Just had this posted through as I draft my proposal.
I will try and see it on Friday when I go to the velodrome for Revolution.
Jung’s Theory of Synchronicity, once more as my old Pa would have said.
I have been writing about the overlay of past history and contemporary technological presence in locations which are significant to me.
This is an example which hadn’t occurred to me.
Taiwan ( Formosa during WWII) was the place my father was held prisoner by the Japanese from 1942/3 to 1945.
Some years ago I met a Taiwanese student, aged around 20, as we were both waiting for a train with our bikes on an otherwise deserted rural railway station in Warwickshire.
As we were chatting I mentioned my father’s time there.
She knew nothing about it. It was not part of her history.
Much of the equipment I use from day-to-day probably uses components made or assembled there.
Overlay or continuum?