Estudi d’un Camp

Paula Bruna is an artist working in Spain engaged in artistic research studying the ecological conflicts of contemporary society. She has a BA in Environmental Sciences and an MA in Fine Art at the University of Barcelona. This post is a link to the Temporal School of Experimental Geography. This is an itinerant network of …

Lucas Foglia – Artist

Lucas Foglia (b. 1983, US) deftly navigates the strange conceptual territory, where wild nature is both a quenching oasis and a shimmering mirage. His photographs show people gazing at nature, touching it, submerging themselves in it, studying it, nursing it, killing it, profiting off it, and, often just barely, surviving upon it. Foglia is a storyteller in the tradition of the great American photographers who show social commitment without losing sight of the aesthetics. His series Human Nature brings together stories about nature, people, government, and the science of our relationship to wilderness.

SARA MORAWETZ : PRINCIPIA AT DOMINIK MERSCH GALLERY, SYDNEY

PRINCIPIA DOMINIK MERSCH GALLERY DECEMBER  6th – 22nd, 2019 I am delighted to invite you all to my upcoming exhibition PRINCIPIA opening at Dominik Mersch Gallery this Friday December 6th with a reception from 6pm-8pm. A durational performance will also be staged in the gallery on Saturday, December 7th between 12pm–5pm. It would be wonderful to see …

Even a small amount of creativity can help you cope with modern life, reveals new research by BBC Arts and UCL

Good news for those juggling time-pressures in today’s busy, modern life. According to ground breaking research commissioned by BBC Arts, even the briefest time spent on a creative pastime such as painting, pottery or playing the piano, has an impact on our wellbeing and emotions. In the largest study of its kind, with almost 50,000 …

Post-Industrial Towns

In the second of three BBC Radio 4 programmes music writer John Doran seeks out the radical music being made in the margins of Britain. In this episode, he heads to the post-industrial belt of northern England. Read More...

Urban Hinterlands

In the first of three BBC Radio 4 programmes music writer John Doran seeks out the radical music being made in the margins of Britain. He hears from musicians who have been pushed to the edges of the big cities. Read More...

Estate Music

In a BBC Radio 4 programme, Kieran Yates explores the role council estates play in shaping British music culture – and how the thin walls of her childhood estate introduced her to diverse music. Journalist Kieran Yates grew up in a South Asian family on a council estate in London. Read More...

Walking from Dunkirk to Barcelona to Measure the Curvature of the Earth

For 112 days Sara Morawetz retraced the 2,000 kilometre journey of two 18th century astronomers, tasked with defining the length of a metre. On 24 June 2018 artist Sara Morawetz started walking. In sturdy leather boots and a broad-brimmed, blue felt hat, she headed south from Dunkirk, France’s most northerly town. For 112 days, over 2,000 …