Bodies: Earls Court

Moral Dilemma: Bodies exhibition at Earls Court. I’m sure you’ve probably seen it advertised. It’s an exhibition of real dead people preserved using new technology and enabling us to experience firsthand that which… Continue reading

Dan Flavin retrospective: Hayward

I spent yesterday at the British Library’s Newspaper Reading Rooms in Colindale finding material for my dissertation. It was an incredibly successful trip marred only by the fact that I got travel sick… Continue reading

God has given you one face, and you make yourself another…

Today, while I was having coffee with a friend, there was an item on BBC News 24 about the woman who underwent a face transplant. It was amazingly interesting and I’m suitably impressed… Continue reading

The Turner Prize vs. Guardian reader comments

Recently I’ve been fuming fairly annoyed over comments left in response to the Turner Prize on the Guardian’s website. It happens every year. The comments page gets congested with cries of “Close the… Continue reading

Should Art Be Destroyed (short answer: no)

Currently I am incredulous but my mood could change to anything from furious to seething to pity. You see I was reading an article as background for my dissertation. After the first paragraph… Continue reading