“We’re made of star stuff. We are a way for the cosmos to know itself.” – Carl Sagan (1934-1996) Astronomy, physics, or natural sciences in general had never been my best subject at school. Equations for me, the way Professor Brian Cox put it, is the nasty little thing I used to solve at school. … Continue reading Me, Carl Sagan, and The Universe
“Places might get boring, but they don’t hurt you.” Many of us love traveling. But how far will we go if we are challenged to live the moment to the fullest while we travel? Alex Burunova takes us on a travel writer’s trip to Barcelona where she dares her belief that love always has an … Continue reading Lonely Planet: How Fearless Are You To Love?
Many of us have had that experiences where it’s hard to move on from someone you’d rather forget. Oren Brimer takes you inside the head of someone haunted by memories of an ex. See You Around is a short movie that follows Thomas who struggles to move on from someone he’d rather forget. In the … Continue reading See You Around: When You Can’t Stop Seeing The Person You’d Rather Forget
You really should expect some brutally honest answers if you ask this question. This question came up to me when I was thinking about what my friend said to me. My friend said that I could and should be brutally honest with them (No, I’m not giving out further detail whether it’s a he or … Continue reading People’s Stories: If you can say anything to anyone without worrying about repercussions, who would the person be and what would you say?
Beginning its development in the early twentieth century, visual art is now becoming an important part of Icelandic culture. Throughout the years, the small island has produced many distinguished artists and received more and more attention from both local and international audiences. Elsa talked to the owner and director of i8 Gallery Reykjavik Börkur Arnarson … Continue reading What We Talk About When We Talk About Icelandic Art
Laura Dannequin is a French-born choreographer/performer/dancer/maker and she is currently based in the UK. As a maker, Laura has created many works throughout the years. Including the most recent one Hardy Animal (2014). Hardy Animal itself received positive feedback from public that the work was later followed by the bookwork version with the same name. … Continue reading Performing The Present: An Interview with Laura Dannequin