This is a major exhibition celebrating the power of global creativity to transform the conversation around the climate emergency. Through art, design, science, music and philosophy, the exhibition presents a range of radical visions for the future of all species. A journey through immersive, interactive installations and digital works, […]
“Cursed bunny”, short stories by Korean author Bora Chung, will not surprise readers acquainted with the genre-bending delights of Korean cinema. Sean Sheehan The stories mix fairy-tale elements with the diabolic, the gothic and the grotesque, throwing into the mix cruelties of life under patriarchy and capitalist social […]
The floor plan leaflet for the Prado in Madrid includes thumbnail images and the gallery locations of nearly 40 paintings that are part of its collection. Sean Sheehan They have been selected because they are particularly acclaimed works of art and the information helps visitors who want to […]
Two books -“Crashed” (2018) and “The Passage to Europe” (2013)- by Adam Tooze and Luuk van Middelaar have been justly celebrated for their respective studies of the global economic crash of 2008 and the complexion of EU integration. Sean Sheehan Perry Anderson is fulsome in his praise of […]
Angela, Janahan, Merwa, Michael, Mohamed, Nirmala, and Selamawit, are seven refugees who left their countries to search of safety in the United Kingdom. They survived the horrors of war and gender violence, but now face another threat: racism and xenophobia. Two women escaped from Saudi Arabia and Sri Lanka, two of the worst world countries regarding Human Rights. All their stories merge within a context of a rising xenophobia in the Western world.