Bridging Art and Place: an Interview with STEWY
Step into the world of STEWY, a stencil-based street artist whose work transcends traditional boundaries. Through life-size 'ghost' images strategically placed in significant locations, STEWY explores psycho-geography, connecting place, history, and shared memories. In this interview, we dive into their artistic process and the powerful impact of their inclusive and thought-provoking street art.
Voices of Dissent - Art & Politics
Unveiling Ancestral Threads: Interview with Suritah Wignall
In a world marked by division and uncertainty, Suritah Wignall has embarked on a deeply personal voyage over the past few years—one that centres around uncovering the untold stories of her family's past and celebrating the enduring strength of the women who came before her. Join us as we delve into her remarkable journey of self-discovery, resilience, and the power of ancestral connections.
18 de setembro de 2023
In conversation: Alice Lenkiewicz
Meet Alice Lenkiewickz, an artist who seamlessly weaves the worlds of visionary painting and photography, guided by themes of intuition and mysticism. As a dedicated vegan and passionate advocate for animal rights, Lenkiewicz has harnessed her artistic talent to create powerful digital paintings that campaign against animal exploitation, specifically targeting factory farming. The artist's practice and beliefs stand in solidarity with fellow animal rights campaigners, striving for the welfare and justice of animals everywhere.
Art & Culture
What it feels like for a girl exhibition by Kryštof Novotný
What it feels like for a girl is a comprehensive exhibition conceived into a series of twenty oil paintings depicting a woman’s life. The artist’s effort is to capture women’s desires, thoughts and feelings in individual moments, important to them, their own lives.
Insights of an Eco Artist Team
Stories from journalists and activists around the world, whose governments attempt to rein them in and cover up the truth.
'Silenced' is a podcast from human rights organisation ARTICLE 19, hosted by Nicola Kelly and produced by Chris Hooton.