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November 30, 2018

There is a painting of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden hanging on the wall of a gallery; both are naked, save for a fig leaf. A small girl of about two or three years stares up intently at it, her hands crossed behind her back as she leans forward, nose first. Sudde...

November 29, 2018

“When you look at the imprint of our image, it is us that you will see,” Saint Symeon said to a disciple in response to a priest asking that his ill son remain in the saint’s presence.  He refused the request and deflected divine power onto a clay token bearing his imp...

November 28, 2018

Hellenistic art is defined by our academic fetishization of names. The summation of our Grecian canon relies much on the shadowy and, if you believe contemporary academics, non-existent figure of Homer. But from Homer, Phidias and Praxiteles carved, and Exekias and Kle...

November 25, 2018

Firstly, let me take up where I left off last week.  You may remember that last Friday it appeared that Mrs May was about to be toppled by members of her own party, with pantomime villain Jacob Rees-Mogg as ringleader.  Well by the early stages of this week it became c...

November 21, 2018

It is not often one is able to decipher why we are drawn to the things we are, but in cases like this, it is less important to consider why and more so to accept their relevance in the context of our present situations.

I was recently introduced to a show that premiered...

November 18, 2018

On Thursday this week, a senior Conservative Party source told the BBC’s political editor, Laura Kuenssberg, that “the revolution is eating its children.” And with that summed up some of the most dramatic days in British politics so far this year. To get to the root of...

November 12, 2018

Art and culture in London can be overwhelming, especially during Scorpio season when we all have the feels ~~ Find your sign below and let the stars guide your way!


This is a good month for travel and personal freedom. Get in touch with your deeper self at Jane War...

November 12, 2018

This week I moved into the Courtauld library.  Not literally, although the number of hours I’ve spent tucked away in its nooks and crannies totalled up to considerably more than the time spent at home.  If it weren’t for looming essay deadlines, however, I wouldn’t hav...

November 11, 2018

From the standpoint of the mirror I discover my absence from the place where I am since I see myself over there. 

– Michel Foucault, Des Espace Autres, March 1967

One Sunday afternoon, I joined a motley group of skaters on an impromptu race through central London.  After...

November 11, 2018

Yes, that’s right everybody, we’re only just at the halfway point of Trump’s first (and hopefully only) term in office.  And that means it’s midterm election time, when all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and one third of the Senate seats are up for grabs.  A...

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