Sally Denning explores the significance of politics in hip hop songs.
Daisy Leason discusses the controversial nature of art and whether it is susceptible to ‘cancel culture’. Think of your favourite artist, dead or alive. Now think if they have done something ‘problematic’. Is it problematic enough to be ‘cancelled’ on twitter? Or enough to stop you consuming their art? Recently it seems impossible to enjoy […]
If you’re searching for the latest national embarrassment hot on the heels of a ridiculous campaign funded by the Health Ministry to “prevent” gayness, look no further. Malaysia has got you covered with a Raya (the Malaysian term for Islam’s Eid holiday) video of such high production value and big names, that you have to wonder… how […]
Grayson Perry’s series of six tapestries, named ‘The Vanity of Small Differences’, has been touring round the UK since 2012. Considering the distinctive lack of an edgy art scene in Exeter, I was elated to discover that the latest exhibition would be a stone’s throw away, in Bath’s Victoria Art Gallery, and so I ventured off with […]