Lorenzo Rudolph / Art Stage Singapore : Interview

People are now paying more attention to the region and more institutions are now working with and supporting Southeast Asian artists. Lorenzo Rudolph talks to Nicola Anthony about Art Stage Singapore...

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Rainbow : Singles Box Set 1975 – 1986

If you listen very carefully, you might hear the sound of a barrel being scraped...

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Neil Gaiman Reads

Neil Gaiman will read aloud his story The Truth Is A Cave In The Black Mountains at the Barbican, London...

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Matter and Memory : Alison Jacques Gallery

Unassuming yet powerful provocations to our innate memories of what it is to be a human within the matter of the world...

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Interzone : Celebrating William S Burroughs

He was a writer who wanted to rub out the word and when the word is gone only the image remains. The codex – the control formula – pictures of ‘what will be’ carved into stone....

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BJ Nilsen : Eye of the Microphone

At times Nilsen conjures a tone picture of a Satanic London that Blake might have recognised....

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Silent auction for ‘Gastonbury’ benefit gig

Raising money to pay for legal representation at the upcoming Public Inquiry into Dart Energy’s controversial plans to drill for coal bed methane gas on farmland and under homes...

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Tinariwen : Emmaar

Emmaar is a journey narrative, a walk with the Tuareg nomads through their desert home....

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Love Thy Neighbour or Lynch Him?

Statistically speaking, right-wing authoritarianism appears to suppress the positive relationship between religiosity and love of neighbor...

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Hanging Offence : Erarta Zurich

Without controversy there would be no discussion. Without discussion there would be no mental growth, no change. Therefore it is crucial. Erarta, Zurich. Interview...

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Salmonella May Prevent Asthma

Researchers from Germany have identified the mechanism by which Salmonella infections can reduce the incidence of asthma in mice....

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Loitered Lens : BLE

'delicate percussion, exquisite violin tones, deep soulful saxophone and liquid guitar playing' photos of BLE at The Garage, London...

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3D Printing Fiddly Microstructures

3D Printing grows up. Researchers demonstrate the printing of three microsystems featuring mechanical, microfluidic and electrical functionalities...

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The Drug Dealers and Their Money Men

Legal marijuana dispensaries can't deposit their money, despite the fact that American banks have conspired with violent drug cartels for years. ...

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Drilling into Magma for Geothermal Energy

Drilling into magma is a very rare occurrence anywhere in the world and this is only the second known instance, the first one, in 2007, being in Hawaii...

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Transatlantic : Kaleidoscope

Symphonic rock riffs, quiet reflective passages, jazz-inflected instrumental sections and huge anthemic climaxes with recurring motifs....

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Chinese New Year Art Show

From the group that brought you the Big Deal art show comes a very special art show for the Chinese New Year....

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A Touch of Froth : Beer Dynamics.

New research explains beer's rapid transformation from a liquid to a foamy state as the result of an impact....

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BLE : The Garage

A huge crowd-pleasing fusion of sound. It was punctuated with delicate percussion, exquisite violin tones, deep soulful saxophone and liquid guitar playing...

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Measuring Schrodinger’s Quantum Cats

University of Rochester researchers develop a method to measure quantum states whilst avoiding the uncertainty principle....

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Dum Dum Girls : Too True

'decadently nihilistic, appealingly rebellious and alluringly savage' Dum Dum Girls....

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Sunshine is Good for You

Avoiding excess sunlight exposure is critical to prevent skin cancer, but not being exposed to it at all, out of fear or as a result of a certain lifestyle, could increase the risk of cardiovascular...

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Beards, Boots and Balaclavas. North Pole

-40C has a nasty habit of damaging the human body no matter how good the kit or how hardy you believe you are....

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Scotland’s Abundant Tidal Energy

The Pentland Firth is a prime candidate to house marine power projects because of its tidal currents, which are among the fastest in the British Isles....

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Listening : Modes and Strategies

Listening is largely, though not exclusively, a conscious activity. ...

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Do Narcissists Make Better Bosses?

The risk-taking and persuasiveness of narcissists may make them strong leaders in the midst of chaos....

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Loitered Lens : Von Hertzen Brothers

Photos of The Von Hertzen Brothers, live at The Garage, Islington. ...

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Scientists Discover Nature’s Good Vibes

Like the strings on a violin or the pipes of an organ, the proteins in the human body vibrate in different patterns, scientists have long suspected....

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Poisoning Coal Country Isn’t Freedom

A Mining Disaster in Coal Country Pushes the Limits of 'Freedom' in Industry...

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Mid-Life Memory Loss : It’s the Booze

Middle-aged men who drink more than 36 grams of alcohol, or two and a half US drinks per day, may speed their memory loss by up to six years later on....

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