Reza Aramesh

Scrutinizing the fabric of contemporary culture to reveal the fragility of the notions of society, ethnicity, and identity: this is the essence of Reza Aramesh.

Light Installation

Public art, that which is produced for the passerby and within the public sphere, functions as a starting point for aesthetic discourse and interaction.

Lisa Lindley-Jones

While the music world becomes ever more dependant on its sampler and keyboard for kicks, Lisa Lindley-Jones has decided to step away from electro-pop.

Urban Art & Graffiti Artists

Situated on walls, the pavement, telephone poles, windows, billboards, trains, cars, houses – but rarely do we stop and look at it: urban art is ubiquitous.

Fiona Foley

James Baldwin once stated, “The power to define the other seals one’s definition of oneself – who, then, in such a fearful mathematic is trapped?”

Benjamin Zephaniah

Benjamin Zephaniah is one of the UK’s most renowned novelists, playwrights, poets and activists, and has contributed to literature over the last three decades.

Ngugi wa Thiong’o

One of African literature’s forerunners, Ngugi wa Thiong’o is the author of several novels, plays, and non-fiction works which tackle colonialism and postcolonialism.

Sonic Youth

Widely regarded as one of the most influential bands of their time, Sonic Youth takes one more lunge at it with their new release, Rather Ripped.