Forget the New Year Resolutions about the diet, keeping fit, being more confident, finally reading War and Peace and all the others – if you decide to take up five […]
Penguin books are running a summer holiday reading campaign called Travel by Book. Great idea. I took part in their quiz and was told I should be “walking the […]
What distinguishes creative people and/or artists from another type of person is perhaps a willingness to go headlong into that uncertainty. Brandon Boyd Can we really say that there […]
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Above: Post It comment board from Pick Me Up. Art for art’s sake Back in the 1940s and 50s the US government held up to the world as a […]
On a stormy day The Crystal building greets you like a looming alien spacecraft; all dark glass and jutting angles, reflecting the War Of the Worlds-like pylons of the […]
In the press release for Somerset House’s current Big Bang Data exhibition Jonathan Harris wonders whether governments and the others who control our lives have got so hot about […]