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Issue 1

(December 2012)

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Missing Identities: Two London Gems that Fill the Gaps

After the Grenfell Tower fire, Londoners’ origins and living conditions are back at the centre of public debate. Whilst the number of victims remains unclear, the disaster strikingly questions our own personal trajectories in and out of the capital. If, like me, you are searching for answers, two museums help in filling the gaps, by casting light on the lives of past Londoners. Looking backwards for a moment helps us remember our roots and where we are heading towards, in one of the busiest cities in the world. It is time to connect with and understand the reality of migrants and refugees who live next to us, and yet who become visible and identified as ‘like us’ when disappearing. The glass

Interview: Hélène Durand(As a Muse) on Art and Fashion

Hélène Durand is content creator of As a Muse, a multimedia space where she explores the close link between high fashion and fine art. Her Instagram page composes of striking image collages combining designer outfits and the artworks which inspired them, while her blog features articles which delve deeper into the specific ways in which individual designers have interpreted and responded to art. In this interview, Hélène discusses the birth and aims of As a Muse and tackles important questions regarding appropriation and commodification of art in fashion. Hélène Durand works for a British designer in London. As a Muse, Alena Akhmadullina with Hokusai #asamuse Katsushika Hokusai, Thirty-Six

Interview with the 'ultratechnologists' of teamLab

teamLab: Living Digital Forest and Future Park May 20 – Oct 20, 2017 PACE BEIJING, Beijing China Author’s note: Those of you who attended this year’s TedX at the Courtauld will remember being mesmerized by the dream-like sequences shown by teamLab’s speaker, Noriko. Emerging in Tokyo in 2001, teamLab is an art collective whose works bridge the separate spheres of elite and popular art; theirs works are praised by children and critics alike all over the world. Beneath the façade of immediate and immersive beauty lie critical concepts drawn from both the Japanese artistic tradition and responses to Western consumption of art. Here I talk to teamLab about their origin, aspirations and how far t

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