the community

Nomadic Community Gardens, 2018 there is something deeply seductive about this little discovery; how the place sort of found me, rather than me finding it. ‘the best way that I’ve heard this described is like some sort of oasis’ says Sam, as we walk back, three of us under the floodlit underpass. something so uniquely... Continue Reading →

Unravelling An Icon: Highlights From BFI Southbank’s Almodóvar Season

As the curtain falls on the BFI Southbank Pedro Almodóvar season, BritEs reflects on some of the highlights. Through this two-month series, coinciding with the international release of Almodóvar’s Oscar-nominated 'Julieta' (2016), BFI have brought us closer than ever to the contexts, concepts and realities of the icon behind the lens. With an expansive selection of screenings, guest... Continue Reading →

Ragnar Kjartansson: Repetition runs riot

Hidden away behind the thick brutalist walls of the Barbican lies a miniature time loop. This overwhelming vortex of repeating imagery and sound is the brainchild of eccentric Icelandic perseverance artist Ragnar Kjartansson. An intriguing space where repetition runs riot… To say that Kjartansson’s performance art is about repetition is frankly an understatement. His work... Continue Reading →

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