We've arrived a point where influential vestimentary design and expression that fashion houses and magazines previously laid claim on, is filtered without nuance and sold through celebrity, aspiration and commerce. Where does that leave inspiration for individual style?
Graffiti as the people's voice. And they're all over the city of Athens. What do these artifacts mean in contemporary cityscape?
The Famished Road tells the story of a spirit-child called Azaro, the protagonist and narrator, who decides to stay in the world of the living, primarily because of his great love for his mother. Draped in beautiful prose that adapts the oral storytelling tradition of Africa, the story expands conventional boundaries of the ‘real’.
Coetzee creates a narrative of sharply defined characters – unforgettable in their distinctness – ordinarily extraordinary. Disgrace is one of those books which gives you a window into the lives of people in a country with a history, culture and perspectives entirely different from your own.
How can we presume to grasp at a sliver of an understanding, of a place or its people, when we're merely visitors who came for the confetti and the cotton candy?
Art as a movement from an aesthetic representation of a moment in time, to the frozen expression of transitory intellectual opinion or argument.
Café de Flore is a tortuous film that is more of a mishmash of a lot of things like dreams, reincarnation, fantasies, hallucination and flashbacks.
You will come out of this and have a staring contest with your ceiling. Definitely stimulating stuff.
Remember Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory? The person who you love to watch on the TV but hate to go on the date with? Yes, the same adorable and the awkward Sheldon! Don Tillman, the protagonist of the book The Rosie Project is probably the best example of someone who is Sheldon-like.
The moment the story started to unfold, I had a strong feeling that the story was going to be very similar to the classical movie- My Fair Lady.