Something worth finding? Augmented Reality

Pokémon has 65 million monthly users and makes use of 'augmented reality' but does it really add if anything to its users lives?...

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Damien Meade, Duality, Beginnings & Endings

Damien Meade is an Irish born painter working in oils, he uses unfinished clay sculptures to give his work a sense of being dynamically in process....

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Armageddon: two daft leaders may find it difficult to push the button

eremy Corbyn, in a sensible moment, commented that he would not be willing to press the button that would unleash Britain’s nuclear forces – called a deterrent, so as not to upset the...

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Anselm Kiefer, God, Death, and Seven Tons of Lead

This exhibition comprises mainly large-scale paintings that are flooded with molten lead....

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Dartmouth Films Presents Lost in Vagueness

The never-before-told story of the rise and fall of Lost Vagueness at Glastonbury Festival, and its maverick founder, Roy Gurvitz....

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Interracial Tensions and Civil Unrest: Gook

Justin Chon’s sophomore feature packs a punch as a small-scale representation of what led to the 1992 Los Angeles riots....

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Understanding The Modern, it happened in the past!

The 19th century is where our ideas of the modern come from so what can that time say to us?...

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Shamanism, Art and Ritual

Shamanism has a place in the arts and famously Joseph Beuys pioneered this, but what is shamanism and what's it for?...

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Making music: a Taxing process?

Blues and Rock-influenced unit Tax The Heat drop in to discuss new album 'Change Your Position'...

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Craic is pretty moreish!

Trebuchet slides its way down to Islington on a snowy St Patrick's Day to bear witness to the Country stylings of ex-Popster Derek Ryan....

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Had Enough? Go To Mars! (in the future)

There is hope after all! we can move to Mars, or rather our great grand children can....

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Nestor Pestana Speculative Designer

Nestor Pestana is a speculative designer making work that explores the modern world through a philosophers eyes....

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20% of America’s Gassiest Citizens Produce Half Its Diet-Related Gas

20 percent of Americans are responsible for almost half of US food-related greenhouse gas emissions...

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A Whiff of Polonium, Or Smoke and Mirrors?

US economic and militarist aggression is to blame for Russian military posturing. ...

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Indie Dramedy To Be First Ever Feature Film Released On The Blockchain

From Two Roads Picture Co., indie dramedy No Postage Necessary will be the first ever feature film released on the blockchain....

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Justice Is A Fallacy: The Third Murder

As an exercise in philosophical musings on the nature of true justice, The Third Murder challenges the viewer with a compelling ambiguity....

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‘We Can Make You Blind’ The Adventures of Cambridge Analytica

Do you worry that people never tell you straight and only want to manipulate you? Well you should! Welcome to Cambridge Analytica....

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A conversation with Stine Marie Jacobsen

Law machines, group workshops and a very strange request, 'do you have time to kill me today?' learn about the world of Stine Marie Jacobsen. ...

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Hypernormalisation & Modern Propaganda

Agents of truth and manipulation fight for posession of our soles Adam Curtis can help us understand the battlefield ...

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If we don’t choose the path we walk, who wrote this music?

Burgeoning Emo influenced Alt-Rockers Selfish Things pump a little Canadian sheen into a dreck-spattered scene....

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Brexit & the Arts Industry

Are you interested in art? or in making and showing it? then you may need to think about Brexit, again!...

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Phil Goss Modern Impressions

Spontaneous and Impressionistic images record the life of a travelling artist and recall early 20th century optimism ...

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Have a Wee Drink? Urine Trouble if You Don’t

Taste test gauges how recycled wastewater performs against bottled and tap water...

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Guns, Firearms and (Don’t) Have a Go Heroes

Few among us can predict how they would respond in an eruption of violent, death-delivering madness. Better not to judge....

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Could This Be The End For Testing On Animals?

MIT engineers have developed new technology that could be used to evaluate new drugs and detect possible side effects before the drugs are tested in humans. ...

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Civil Savagery in The Age of Innocence

Martin Scorsese's sumptuous period piece is a scathing look at the coercive pressures and societal expectations of high society....

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Art and Politics (its all about transformation)

The transformation of a world veiw is possible but does art approach the challenge?...

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霸权 Chinese values make the world China!

Chinese hegemony is it something to worry about? It is if your uncomfortable with the West becoming more undemocratic and prone to long term leaders who stay on for, stability. ...

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Six compilation albums wasn’t enough – Nightwish

Finland's Symphonic Metal pioneers Nightwish dig through the archives to present yet another compilation of their work....

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2018: the year of the Crown?

Lincoln Alt-Rockers Carry The Crown are angling to make a statement with new release 'Not Alone'...

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