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Exhibition review: Bowie / Collector

David Bowie was forever reinventing himself. He would shake up and reconfigure his approach to fashion and music all the time, as a matter of course. He was like a living work of art. Its no surprise then that he was a formidable and prolific art collector. In November, the prestigious Sotheby’s auction house are […]

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Film review: Memory Lane: the Spurs story

A brilliant new feature-length documentary, Memory Lane has been produced, designed to educate people about Tottenham Hotspur’s past and inspire young people about its future. All proceeds will be donated to the Exposure charity. It’s released at a time when the spiritual home of Spurs faces demolition, making way for a modern new stadium. This […]

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Exhibition review: Cosmonauts

If the universe was an olympic sized swimming pool filled with sand, our entire galaxy would occupy the space of a single grain of sand in that pool. As an ignorant layman, it’s this kind of mind blowing fact that keeps me interested in cosmology. In the UK, we’re all familiar with the history of […]

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Films

Sexual health vox pop

A short vox pop video and improvised spoken word poem

A short vox pop video on the complex nature of domestic...