Kiki Smith is a wanderer. This is the word she uses to describe herself, for she has no desire to seek control over the direction of her work within its creative journey. Yet despite this lack of agenda, it is clear that her art is imbued with socio-political significance.
It is naïve to believe that boycotting palm oil in the West will make the issue just go away
There can be no place for the well-meaning warm words and slow action of the Paris Agreement in the era of environmental emergencies.
Olafur Eliasson’s “In real life”, which is on until 5th January 2020, is a truly must-see exhibition at the Tate Modern. All forty...
With Highways England in line to open a consultation on the proposed ‘expressway’ between Oxford and Cambridge, two Oxfordshire councils have signaled...
“Negative health effects on residents”, “blight on property prices” and “proximity to listed buildings” are among the numerous concerns that have been expressed by members of the Barton Residents Association.
Faced with a climactic crisis, we need action rather than further study.
Graphics by Eloise Newman As summer rolls around and the days get (mildly) sunnier, it’s easy to get...
We must take sustainability as well as empowerment into account when discussing period poverty.
We must take drastic action against climate change to stop the burning down of human civilisation.