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Kiki van Eijk

So I recently found a wonderful artist I had never heard of before: Kiki van Eijk. van Eijk is a dutch industrial designer that has been telling stories for years. 655 more words


My Tips on Surviving University

It has now dawned on me that I’m a third year. It seems like only yesterday my Mum dropped me off with all my worldly possessions and tonnes of other crap, waving as she left (more obviously she was grinning unlike the sobbing parents of other fellow freshers). 743 more words

Burke + Norfolk

I thought the Interview with Simon Norfolk about his collaborative project with John Burke was odd. I understood the idea of history repeating itself and wanting to convey that to the audience but war is never for the same reason is it? 219 more words


"You can't eliminate it, but you can manage it."

Caution. This morning I had a wonderful lecture and I am about to go all fangirl for a few minutes. Thank you in advance for your patience.  426 more words


Jessica Restaino, "Surrender as Method," in UD Review

A very nice account in the Review of the talk on “Surrender as Method” given by Jessica Restaino at UD last week.


Spaces of the Feminist Self

As preparation for the first meeting of this semester, please see attached the Interview ‘Spaces of the Feminist Self: Self-Portrait – Self-Representation- Self-Timer': thoughts on the constructed female in photography and performance art by Abigail Solomon-Godeau and Felicitas Thun-Hohenstein (DE/EN). 7 more words


Making Vines

Yesterday was fun as we got to play around with the well-known app Vine, which I’m sure most of you have heard of. If you haven’t heard of it, or never used it like I hadn’t before yesterday, it’s basically a video app where you can stop and start the video. 214 more words