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Our contributor Emily Walters talks to author Ennatu Domingo about the recent publication of her new book, Burnt Eucalyptus Wood, adoption and a nomadic sense of being, the centrality of language to identity, filmic narrative structures and the power of nostalgia in Ethiopian culture.
Read More “In conversation with Ennatu Domingo: ‘To belong somewhere new, you have to feel at peace with the place you left behind’”
In mesmeric and evocative prose, rendered masterfully into English by translator Aneesa Abbas Higgins, author Elisa Shua Dusapin weaves a novel about familial loss and dislocation, and the fragile ties that hold us together, writes our contributor Emily Walters.
Read More “The Pachinko Parlour by Elisa Shua Dusapin, translated by Aneesa Abbas Higgins”
This year’s RA Summer Exhibition tackles the all too relevant theme of ‘Climate’ with wit, imagination, humour, awe and urgency, writes our contributor Emily Walters.
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Artist Yinka Shonibare curates a vibrant, magical and moving Summer Exhibition, one where a multiplicity of voices and artistic perspectives speak to the pain and progress of both past and present, writes Emily Walters.
Read More “The Rebel Within Reclaims Magic: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2021”
Emily Walters’ collage, Baroque Carnival Euphoria, is a gorgeously frothy pink concoction that celebrates the extravagance of Italian frescoes and the Carnivale di Venezia whilst also looking forward to contemporary neon street art and pop culture.
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