THE DITCHLING ROAD TRAM SHELTER
Tsam Cамиздат - a street homeless man with some fascinating mental health problems – has been telling our community support worker that he’s decided to adopt this ancient & frequently vandalised tram shelter as his Chapel for Our God of the Insane. And he’s currently in the process of applying to the city council for permission to improve its appearance with some illuminated windows and a suitably Sistine-Chapel-like ceiling.
brightonCathedral.com is a website. It imagines this cathedral in virtual space superimposed upon the landscape of Brighton. And although it's just a story: in effect, a fantastic story is what every great cathedral has always been.
And this cathedral's logo - @ - is symbolic of a gateway between two building blocks: with the world’s most commonly recognised key [@] at its centre. It is a logo that can be replicated easily and in plain text on almost any device.
And so, the centre of this cathedral is in all places of silent contemplation, meditation, and prayer.
Its foundations are of an inter-faith initiative.
Its doors, walls and windows are online.
Its interior is infinite and ever-changing.
And its name is not important; it's what it does that matters.