Gonçalo Lamas’ some times zero hours is a something of a ‘common place’, through the perils and preciousness of London living seen from the vantage-point of pandemic time; the continual crisis at present as the subtended contemporary arcs through the plenum we call social life. Drifting through digitally-mediated urban environs, prosodically and metonymically, through states of anxiety, irony, distaste and waywardness, the corporate capture of the everyday resisted and retold in spates of bodily motion and semantic resignification. We move together in Lamas’ foretelling assembly.
– Kashif Sharma-Patel
'some times zero hours', A5 pamphlet, 40pp, edited by
SPAM Press, May 2022
Cover design by Maria Sledmere