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In the second episode of our online series, Claudia Andujar speaks about how the Yanomami’s unique culture helped to shape her photographic practice.
This month, Young Creative Hector Dyer presents 'the sun sets' in collaboration with Jemima Yong, inspired by 'Operation Moonshot', the leaked document in the British Medical Journal in which the UK government planned to carry out 10m rapid Covid tests a day by early 2021.
We encounter some timeless music assembled through improvisation, editing and sound collage in this archive episode exploring the legacy of Can, recorded around their Barbican concert in April 2017.
In the first episode of this online series, we meet Brazilian photographer Claudia Andujar as she remembers her first encounter with the Yanomami, one of Brazil’s largest indigenous peoples, and describes how her series of photographs came about.
We head to the scuzzy streets and broken dreams of 80s New York City with director Susan Seidelman to look back at 2017's The Grime and the Glamour film season, featuring Seidelman's debut film Smithereens and Desperately Seeking Susan.
Join Katarina Bonnevier and Olivier Vallerand in a dialogue around queer domesticity, representations of queerness in architecture, and queer feminist positions within institutions.
We're rewatching the 2016 German comedy-drama, Toni Erdmann which sees a practical joking father try to reconnect with his hard working daughter and in the process creating a ludicrous alter ego
Through her photographs, Claudia Andujar conveyed something of the world of the Yanomami; but when the community was threatened, she put the images to a new and powerful use – helping them fight for survival.
Revisit this conversation between acclaimed cartoonist and author Art Spiegel and jazz composer Philip Johnston where they explore the place where music meets art, where the comic book comes alive, and where wordless art finds a voice.