To the basement of the Atlantis Bookshop, in Museum Street, for a private view. The exhibition is Stephen Harwood's 'Visions of England'. The paintings are landscapes in vivid and fiery oils. What's unusual is that Harwood has not visited the places himself. Instead, they are recreations of stills taken entirely from the films of Derek Jarman, particularly The Garden (1990) and A Journey To Avebury (1971). Mr Harwood makes the connection between the Neolithic standing stones of Wiltshire and Jarman's driftwood posts, punctuating his shingle garden at Dungeness.
The Atlantis Bookshop specialises in the occult. A poster announces that its next event is the launch of a pack of Tarot cards based on the stories of Sherlock Holmes. Fan fiction, just as Harwood's paintings are Jarman fan fiction. But then, fan fiction is an occult practice in itself: the alchemy of transforming old magic into something new.