All posts tagged arts

Rediscovering Tate Modern: World Aids Day

Since I moved to London, almost three years ago now, I’ve been to the Tate a number of times. Whenever a friend of mine comes for a visit, it is one of the first stops they […]

An Exclusive Review: The Woman Who Gave Birth to a Goat.

With comical musical numbers and bright set lights, The Woman Who Gave Birth to a Goat is a play that is difficult to forget. Set in the modern era, the drama […]

Can Artificial Intelligence Create Art?

You probably know modern-day robots are incredibly sophisticated and algorithms increasingly complex. Artificial intelligence, or AI, is taking over many tasks humans used to fulfil. Ranging from facial recognition to […]

Book Review: ‘Soul of the Border’ by Matteo Righetto

“A beautiful novel that encapsulates nature at its toughest and humanity at its strongest” The tail end of the 19th century. The Vento region of Northern Italy. This is when […]

Just because my mind is open, doesn’t mean my legs are!

As of recent events, it has come to my attention that if someone speaks openly about sex, this is apparently a huge, red sign stating that this individual wants to […]

The Barbican Centre: a love affair with the arts

The Barbican is not just one thing. It’s architecture, it’s film, it’s music, it’s wining and dining, it’s performance, it’s dance, it’s art. In fact, I’d go as far as […]

Review of Dorthe Nors’ ‘Middle, Shoulder, Signal’

“A spiritually Scandi perspective on life’ Living in Copenhagen, Sonja is in her forties and is trying to move in the right direction in life.  She is learning to drive, […]

REVIEW: The Myth of Sisyphus

The Myth of Sisyphus is an intense, though enigmatic, call to life. Not many of us can deny the pleasure that comes with reading, but for me, that effect has […]