Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu is a new Renaissance man. His career began with an improvisation of a demonic ADHD-ridden Texan elf with attachment issues and has taken him to writing for the Royal Court, directing at the Young Vic and performing at the National Theatre.
"After all the things that I have felt over the past six months, being expendable is the thing that really hurt. Over 35 years of doing it and I just don’t matter.”
Maggi Hambling’s statue of Mary Wollstonecraft was unveiled this week to widespread criticism. To mark the occasion, we look at some of the worst in the art of bad statuary.
Sassy Justice, the latest from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, interrogates deepfake and politics in the post-truth era. In which ways is satire switching tack to expose the fragility of democracy?
They say that in Bristol you’re never more than five metres away from a white man with dreadlocks, the same is true in London with rats. So, next time you’re chomping down on your CBD falafel, think about who might be watching you.
Sin illustrates that most human dichotomy: being bad, being good. Tracing the influence of Western ideas of morality alongside several contemporary works, Sin depicts everyday behaviours that blur the boundaries between religious and secular art.
25 years after its original release, La Haine arrives in cinemas again alongside Les Misérables. The two films take us down and out in Paris’ banlieues; here, tension simmers under stagnant politics, and cameras are ever-trained on the brutal face of inequality.
Just 22 years young Sam is making a vast, cinematic sound that has no boundaries or conventions. After his highly acclaimed E.P ‘Nights away’ we met up with him to learn how such an infectious yet untamed sound arrived at some of London’s underground venues.
Kojo Marfo does not seek to divide, he strives for universality. The rising star wants to express frustrations, anxieties, fears, and social pressures through the intimate setting of the canvas.
Billy and Ollo go on an in-depth tour of the city's skate spots, taking in the classic meccas, and uncovering the new, wild and rebellious DIY skate spaces.