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An Able Tour Through the Bizarre and Horrific

Artist Krent Able is a man capable of creating stories and worlds which are truly surreal and macabre, yet remain oddly joyful....

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Detoxifying the Digital Landscape

2018 saw a surge in the popularity of therapeutic software, a trend causing a telling tonal shift in our daily online routines....

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Design/Play/Disrupt: A Forensic Revel in Video Games

The Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt exhibition does not patronise or exclude; it revels in what video games have achieved without selective blindness to the industry’s problems with diversity. ...

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New Millenium ChristBait

You better recognise your last face. Adam Curtis...

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Remembering The Cry of Jazz

 Cry of Jazz is a historic and fascinating film that comments on racism and the appropriation of jazz by those who fail to understand its artistic and cultural origins....

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TRA: Espionage

Espionage: Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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TRA: Fake News

Fake News: Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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The Future of Football

Women's football has been under-reported for too long, but the new generation of the Under-17 World Cup is gradually changing that....

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Georgia On My Mind

From 6000 BC the inhabitants of Georgia were cultivating grapes and burying vessels in which to store their wine ready for serving at ground temperature....

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TRA: Slave to the Circadian Rhythm

Slave to the circadian rhythm: Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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TRA: If you’re not famous at fourteen you’re through

If you're not famous at fourteen you're through: Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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Andy: A Factual Fairytale – The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

As part of SelfMadeHero's Arts Masters series, Andy: A Factual Fairytale doesn’t shy away from the gritty details of the life of the artist....

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TRA: Now?

Now Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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Deeply Real Mysticism: Wolf

Presented with a deep sense of whimsy, Rachael Ball's Wolf is a story about loss, and builds an impressive world to explore....

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The Depth of the Vessel

Mike Laird: The inner limits of the human body...

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Existential Sci-fi: I Feel Machine

If you enjoy a splash of life and warmth in your darkness, I Feel Machine might just be the collection of stories you've been waiting for. ...

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Suffering and Transformation

Jung: The Body as a Symbol for Psychic Change...

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John Dee and the Empire of Angels

Recommended to those wishing for an in-depth summation of a fascinating figure and general readers who want their hair blown back by a rollicking historical tale. ...

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Kerouac Beat Painting

Kerouac Beat Painting brings us closer to the Beat legend, showing us the gifted amateur, unscripted and untutored in his search, striving against himself to find authenticity....

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Gelling the Community: Notting Hill 2018

Notting Hill's extensive groundwork gels the community together and has given it an extra impetus and meaning, especially in the aftermath of the Grenfell fire tragedy. ...

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Modern Patronage

The inside edge of the Montblanc Cultural Foundation ...

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A Beast In Black Sheep’s Clothing

A juxtaposition of serial killer mystery and genre romance, Beast boasts an absorbing tonal shift from drama to thriller, marking Michael Pearce as one to watch....

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A Rich Body Of Data

The flows and forms of MutualArt...

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Holy Flying Backbone, Man

Award-winning Australian contemporary circus troupe, Gravity & Other Myths, bring their latest show, Backbone, to London's Southbank Centre....

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Provoking Delicate Social Order: Under the Tree

A deliciously dark satire that examines the fragile nature of civility in a suburban setting, where it takes very little to provoke the collapse of social order....

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Jankrowville, Walking Between Worlds

In urban slang or MLE (mixed London English) as it’s come to be known the term Jankrowville means an undesirable or dangerous place, we may be living in one....

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Delusion and Fragile Knowledge: Take Shelter

Take Shelter boasts an insidious dread throughout, the tension building to near unbearable levels in this effective portrait of the deterioration of mental health. ...

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What Do You Think Of My Sparkly Gun?

Cut from unprecedented access to 500 hours of jihadi footage, extraordinary documentary Path of Blood is a startling, powerful experience....

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Creative Psychology, Mysticism, and the Way Within

In the instance of the human body consciousness experiences these forces and their equilibrium or disequilibrium as a sense of either wellbeing or sickness. ...

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Sane People, Talking to Puppets?

The Flying Buttresses have brought their puppet characters Hodman and Sally to events across the globe, proving that their bewildered wonder is universally engaging. ...

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