Folk musician, Karine Polwart, speaks about storytelling traditions in folk music and the importance of place encapsulated in Peter Maxwell Davies’ 'Farewell to Stromness', an unlikely protest song against a proposed uranium mine in Orkney.
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As Viviana Durante Company prepare to pay tribute to the pioneering choreographer and dancer, Isadora Duncan, we learn more about her fascinating history and legacy as a feminist icon.
In the first episode of our new podcast series, Steve Reich speaks about the profound impact hearing Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring at 14 had on him and his future career as a composer.
We talk to Apparel & Lovers about their Concrete Utopia collection, comprising primary colour, graphic lines and brutalist high-rises features.
In the fourth workshop of our Life Rewired inspired Design Yourself project, our young creatives worked with Yoke Collective in a workshop focused on the implications of facial recognition technology.
What does a ‘free world’ look like for humans? Exploring ideas around surveillance and freedom, animator Yanqi Liang presents 'Web Jungle', a surreal world where civilians are surveyed by a group of administrators who monitor the jungle.
Curator Florence Ostende talks to us about the exhibition Into the Night: Cabarets and Clubs in Modern Art, and how these spaces became sites of collaboration and experimentation.
Exploring the underbelly of our digital world, Trevor Paglen discusses the deeper meanings in his installation in The Curve, revealing the powerful, and often hidden, forces at play in artificial intelligence.
Embodying the revolutionary spirit of the 1920s, we take a closer look at ¡30–30!, a group whose their socialist ideals to promote affordable and accessible art, as displayed in 'Into the Night'.