Tag Archives: Politics

Dumb and dumber

Jemima Burrill’s visceral videos and photos set in prosaic locations question the way we think about bodies, sexuality and gender. Just back from DUMB where Jemima – accompanied by gagged sympathisers – stood on a bucket and staged a protest at the lack of women in the new coalition cabinet, and in politics in general. […]

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I, Claud, and that damn worm

Along with the incision of his analyses into hubris, oppression, corruption and war, ‘I, Claud’ is sustained by an inspiring belief in our desire and ability to change the world for the better. Whether you lean his ideological way or not, you might find his optimism refreshing.

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26:50 — Free to write

26:50 is a remarkable creative partnership between two organisations – the writers’ group 26 and International PEN – marking 50 years of the International PEN Writers in Prison committee. Fifty UK-based writers (all members of 26) were given 50 words to write about one of Pen’s emblematic cases – authors who have been persecuted for their words […]

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Ghosts of Spain

A series of physical and metaphysical journeys to exhume the ghosts that make Spain such an evocative experience.

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