Arts

Review of a Panel Discussion of Exoskeleton East – The Old Bank Vault

What I love about art is its ability to cross boundaries. Art is able to close the chasm between art in its physical form, and its audience; a canvas or […]

Review: There Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked by Gina Gambetta

There Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked by Georgina Gambetta: A fun, suspenseful rush of crime, sex and scandal. In her short story There Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked, […]

The power of a children’s book: ‘Wonder’ by R.J. Palacio

10-year-old August Pullman was born with grave genetic abnormalities, resulting in an extreme facial deformity. The doctors didn’t expect him to survive after birth, but he did. Until the beginning […]

Review: ‘Layover’ by Lisa Zeidner

“As humorous as Zeidner’s heroine is, the emotion is raw and heartfelt.” Claire Newbold is not a conventional heroine. She’s intelligent and sexy, but she has also been known to […]

Exclusive Review of Ravensbourne Degree Show 2018

The spiralling high glass building of Ravensbourne College is utilised to full use to showcase its graduating students’ work. Spanning over ten floors, everything from Architecture to Photography is given […]

Review of Ram Shergill’s ‘Exoskeleton’ exhibition @ the Oxo Tower

As my friend and I entered through the doors of the exhibition we were personally greeted by the genius behind, and father of, the exhibition himself: Mr Ram Shergill. With […]

The art of protest politics: From Hope to Nope at the Design Museum

Right-wing populism, as the politics student I am knows all too well, combines three ideologies. All three involve an “us against them” mentality. Us, the natives, against them, the foreigners. […]

Album Art

Some pieces of art are subtle. Not in how they are crafted or what they depict, but how they are showcased to the world. Art comes in so many different […]