All posts tagged nature

Exclusive Artist Interview with Katrin Fridriks @ JD Malat Gallery

Ahead of the ‘Meet the Artist’ session (which is open to the public) on Friday the 8th March from 4-6pm at JD Malat Gallery, I had the opportunity to speak […]

Palm oil isn’t the problem- it’s consumerism

If you cast your memory back to the weeks leading up to Christmas 2018, you may vaguely remember the controversy of Iceland’s banned TV advertisement starring a cartoon orangutan who […]

Personal Platform: ‘Late’

It’s late autumn; the leaves are nestled under tree trunks or half shoved into dirty drains. The sun hasn’t even risen and the heavy drops of rain are  rolling down your […]

Song Review: ‘Family’ by Dreamgirls’ Durone Stokes.

As the theatre production of Dreamgirls prepares for its closing show, one member – Durone Stokes –commemorates this hit musical by re-inventing the song ‘Family’. During act one C.C White […]

Personal Platform: The Tree of Knowledge.

The brain is like a flower, It needs to be watered to grow in power, Like a flower craves food and sunlight, The brain needs similar nourishing in its plight, […]

B more creativ wiv langwidge.

Dogmatic. Dogged determination. Dog dog dog. Why do these words have to include the word dog? Since when were dogs so opinionated or determined? Of course, I know that ‘dogmatic’, […]

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 […]

Kentish Town City Farm

As the name suggests, this little farm really is a hybrid fusion where countryside meets metropolis. The four-acre farm spans across a raised area of winding land above a train […]

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 […]