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Verner Panton’s Spiegel Canteen

On a recent visit to Hamburg I came across this architectural gem of my all time favourite ‘happy’ Danish designer Verner Panton… How special it must have been having lunch every day in that environment… http://www.mkg-hamburg.de/en/sammlung/schwerpunkte/period-rooms/spiegel-kantine.html

Verner Panton’s Spiegel Canteen

On a recent visit to Hamburg I came across this architectural gem of my all time favourite ‘happy’ Danish designer Verner Panton… How special it must have been having lunch every day in that environment… http://www.mkg-hamburg.de/en/sammlung/schwerpunkte/period-rooms/spiegel-kantine.html

RI’s ‘Forbidden crystal symmetry in mathematics and architecture’ what’s not to like?

RI event ‘Forbidden crystal symmetry in mathematics and architecture’ Yesterday evening I went to an event at The Royal Institution (London) for the first time. When I was doing my MA at the Royal College of Art, the lovely artist/lecturer  Jo

RI’s ‘Forbidden crystal symmetry in mathematics and architecture’ what’s not to like?

RI event ‘Forbidden crystal symmetry in mathematics and architecture’ Yesterday evening I went to an event at The Royal Institution (London) for the first time. When I was doing my MA at the Royal College of Art, the lovely artist/lecturer  Jo

Invisible: Art…

Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957 – 2012, Hayward Gallery, London. Review by Jonathan Jones…

Invisible: Art…

Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957 – 2012, Hayward Gallery, London. Review by Jonathan Jones…

Robert Altman; the making of Short Cuts

I have been thinking about aesthetics of writing and also narrative within art in the last few weeks. Storytelling has never been something that I aim for in my artworks, but I am starting to recognise that my perception of

Robert Altman; the making of Short Cuts

I have been thinking about aesthetics of writing and also narrative within art in the last few weeks. Storytelling has never been something that I aim for in my artworks, but I am starting to recognise that my perception of

Consciousness: The hard problem?

The Guardian science correspondent Alok Jha is having a conversation with Dr Anil Seth, Prof Barry Smith, and Prof Chris Frith about consciousness.

Consciousness: The hard problem?

The Guardian science correspondent Alok Jha is having a conversation with Dr Anil Seth, Prof Barry Smith, and Prof Chris Frith about consciousness.

Royal Academy of Arts Annual Lecture; Richard Tuttle in conversation with Richard Shiff

Richard Tuttle was discussing his work with Richard Shiff (Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at the University of Texas) at the Royal Academy of Arts. Shiff started the conversation by introducing Tuttle’s piece “3rd Rope Piece” (1974) as seen above.

Royal Academy of Arts Annual Lecture; Richard Tuttle in conversation with Richard Shiff

Richard Tuttle was discussing his work with Richard Shiff (Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at the University of Texas) at the Royal Academy of Arts. Shiff started the conversation by introducing Tuttle’s piece “3rd Rope Piece” (1974) as seen above.

Still Photography?

Panel discussions are interesting set ups that beautifully mirror social interactions generally. Are people on the panel generally interested in each others views? Or is it simply a case of getting your word in…not worrying about quality but rather aiming for quantity?

Still Photography?

Panel discussions are interesting set ups that beautifully mirror social interactions generally. Are people on the panel generally interested in each others views? Or is it simply a case of getting your word in…not worrying about quality but rather aiming for quantity?