Film Review: Human Flow

“Being a refugee is much more than a political status. It is the most pervasive kind of cruelty that can be exercised against a human being. You are forcibly robbing this human being of all aspects that would make human life not just tolerable but meaningful in many ways.” Continue reading Film Review: Human Flow


Artist Spotlight #78: Harriet McKay

“All I know is that art has made me realise that language is so limited in its ability to express how incredible the world is and how much things and people can make you feel” …which is fair enough, as we got to know the textured but clear, communicative quality present in Harriet McKay’s work in this Artist Spotlight. Q: Hey Harriet! Please give us … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #78: Harriet McKay