Image: Chalk graffiti stencil reflecting on reunification with nature based on Blake”s dry point etching of Albion rose, ‘The dance of Eternal Death’ sees Albion the Vitruvian man/God, arisen in an ecological green glow with materialised anonymously in Centaur Street railway arches near the Blake Southbank Mosiacs, just off Hercules Road, Lambeth.
You are invited to join us at 12 Noon on Sunday 14 August to celebrate the dance of eternal death of William Blake who was buried in August 1827 in Bunhill Fields.
(Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, City Road, Islington, London EC1Y 2BG – the nearest tube is Old Street)
We gather at either of the two grave stones, and anyone may speak or sing or dance or stand in silent revelry. Share your favourite emanation of William Blake!
Afterwards by tradition we repair to a nearby hostelry The Artillery Arms – all are welcome.
“I cannot consider death as anything but a removing from one room to another”
(WB to Henry Crabb Robinson)