All posts tagged propaganda

The Sorrows of War: Remembrance Day and Remembrance Art

No, Remembrance Sunday does not glorify war; it never has, and never will. Yes, you would be right to say that the symbol of the poppy has its roots in […]

Brexit, Billboards and Big Money: The Role of Propaganda in Democracies

If you were to cast your mind back these two past years, you’ll find yourself back within the strenuous turmoil that was the Brexit referendum; strenuous, because it was an […]

‘When John Met Joseph’: Interview

“I thought, there’s got to be a play in that.” The third performance part of the New Writers’ Festival is When John Met Joseph. I spoke to the writer and […]

Review/Interview: MJ Colegate’s ‘Repeat After Me’

MJ Colegate’s installation ‘Repeat After Me’ is displayed in a temporary window directly facing the Whitechapel Gallery. The project seeks to address audiences directly, singling people out of the dense […]