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Kirsten Glass’ enchanting paintings conjure alternate realms, invoke esoteric energies and summon nocturnal beings. In this creative essay, Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou meditates on the “obverse” side of her mesmerising work and its magical channeling of all things dark.
Read More “Magic by Moonlight: Kirsten Glass’ Night-Scented Stock at Karsten Schubert, London”
Acclaimed author Savala Nolan talks to Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou about her latest collection of essays, Don’t Let It Get You Down (The Indigo Press), navigating interstitial spaces and identities, the ubiquity of violence to women, imagination as a vital tool to access African American history and life writing as a form of cartography for readers.
Read More “An Interview with acclaimed author Savala Nolan: ‘Liminality gives me a sense of having multiple passports. It renders me a kind of polyglot and translator’”
In collaboration with École des Sables, Sadler’s Wells and Tanztheater Wuppertal, this new production of Pina Bausch’s The Rite of Spring is brilliant, brutal and now more relevant than ever, writes Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou.
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Body Politic’s latest production, THEM, brilliantly foregrounds the stories of three sufferers of misogyny and sexual violence, and pushes us to confront our own cultural indifference towards such abuse.
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Lucy Writers is proud to announce its new Arts Council England funded mentoring project, What the Water Gave Us, for emerging women writers.
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Desires rage and sexual tensions are let loose in Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch’s sublimely smart and ever-relevant classic, Kontakthof, at Sadler’s Wells.
Read More “Love is blood on the dance floor: Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch’s Kontakthof at Sadler’s Wells”
In this creative ‘Christmas’ essay, Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou reflects on the power and therapeutic potential of drawing in her own life, the artistic practise of Louise Bourgeois, and Jean Frémon’s new text Nativity (Les Fugitives).
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Faith Ringgold’s striking painting, #19 US Postage Stamp, 1967, captures the complexities of the Black Power movement in 60s America and the white supremacist structures African Americans were subject to. But it serves as a metaphor for our times too, writes Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou.
Read More “Postcards in Isolation 18: Faith Ringgold, #19 US Postage Stamp Commemorating the Advent of Black Power, 1967”