Cosmic Dancer or Cosmic Collaborations? Michael Clark Cosmic DancerThe Barbican London 07.10.2020- 03.01.2021 From revolutionary beginnings, I felt the curators did not take many risks in finding new ways to present a performative practice, if anything they just replicated the unimaginative decline of Clark’s work in recent years. Immediately I was faced with multiple screens stretching across… Continue reading Cosmic Dancer or Cosmic Collaborations?
Published in Artychoke Zine Winter 2020 Edition https://www.artychokezine.com/issues
Why is climate change a feminist issue? In the Global South: Extreme weather events and climate and ecological breakdown have a greater impact on poorer and more vulnerable communities. 70% of people living below the poverty line globally are women. Women in the global south are more likely to be responsible for tasks… Continue reading Why Climate Change is a Feminist Issue
The History of Slut Suggestive rags dripped in lard. Slight Contempt. Untidy habits or appearance. The most admirable Slut Slovenly; a foul slattern. Low or Loose character. Chaucer understanding “why is thy lord so sluttish?” The most admirable slut. Sir Robert Burton is a “peevish drunken flirt” Lisbeth Salander pleasing us mightily Unexplicably a woman… Continue reading Reclaim the word Slut! – Poetry
Kaia was guest blogger for RichMix as part of the TakeOver Festival he Artist behind our recognisable imagery for TAKEOVER festival, Ellis Lewis-Dragstra, has curated an exhibition of artists whom have not necessarily exhibited before. Taking to Instagram to find undiscovered young artists, he has pulled together an honest, fresh and unpretentious exhibition that really focuses… Continue reading In the gallery series for RichMix