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A History Of The Mooncake With Bun House Founder Z He

A key event in China’s cultural and culinary calendar, the Mid-Autumn Festival, falling this year on Saturday 10 September, marks the point at which the moon is at its brightest and roundest, when loved ones typically gather for communal feasting and toasting. To pay homage to this auspicious occasion, Bun House founder Z He has…

Interviews

Interview: Harley Weir On School Trips, Muses & Collabo...

Harley Weir has garnered an international reputation as one of the most in-demand creatives working today. An image-maker who continually subverts the expected, Weir has enormously influenced ideas of how a woman’s gaze might be engaged with, reshaped and made new in our current era. For Weir, the camera is a vehicle for gaining knowledge;…

Interview: Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme On The Searc...

The Common Guild in Glasgow is imminently set to present May amnesia never kiss us on the mouth (2020–ongoing) by the New York and Ramallah-based artists Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme. An evolving, multi-part project featuring sound, digital film installation and live performance, and existing in both physical and digital form, the presentation will launch…

Interview: Trevor Mathison & Claudette Johnson Talk “Di...

Trevor Mathison’s sonic practice centres on creating fractured, haunting aural landscapes, often integrating fragments of existing music. Having been featured in over thirty award-winning films, Mathison was a founding member of the cinecultural artist organisation, The Black Audio Film Collective (1982–1998), where his body of sonic designs defined and situated the group’s film and gallery…

 

5 Female Creatives Shaping The Future Of Peru’s Arts Scene

A veritable melting pot, contemporary Peruvian culture has been shaped by the gradual blending of Amerindian cultures with European and African ethnic groups, as well as in parts, Chinese and Japanese influences, over centuries. Through history, the diversity and rugged geography of Peru allowed varied traditions and customs to co-exist and proliferate simultaneously. The establishment…

Where To Eat In Athens

A seminal part of the country’s cultural identity, Greek foodways have been well-documented through images and texts since the ancient times. Lengthy lunches and late night dinners are the mainstay of Athens’ restaurant culture, where sharing plates, grilled meats, fresh seafood, and copious olive oil are at the heart of the offering. With a strong…

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