‘Ship-breaking’ by Hannah Lowe

Ship-breaking These folks were not the victims of migration…these folks mean to survive – Stuart Hall I watch old films of ship yards on the Clyde: cranes ripping ships apart, their metal hides peeled back by men in goggles wielding fire. The shock of innards: girders, joists and wires, a rusted funnel toppling in slow motion. Those open flanks rain down the cabin’s foreign detritus … Continue reading ‘Ship-breaking’ by Hannah Lowe