From Leaving London To Lockdown Collaboration

To deliberately misquote Groove Armada, “Goodbye Nightclub, Hello Country”. Back in my 30s, I thought London and I would be married for life. But then as the years progressed, our relationship became more strained,…

Mexico: Swimming in the belly button moonlake – a path to creative enrichment

In Mexico’s ancient language ‘Nahuatl’ – The word ‘Mexico’ means ‘Bellybutton of the Moon lake’. Mexico City is a megalopolis crawling up the side of a prehistoric…

Berlin: Care and Creativity: Working as a Disabled Artist

I started my training as a dancer fourteen years ago, first at A Level and then at the University of Brighton as part of their Performance and Visual Arts Bachelors Degree…

Bergen: Holding in the Gaps

EVA ROWSON (Bergen, Norway) is Curator of Landmark, Bergen Kunsthall – the live programme of music, clubnights, performance and more at Bergen’s largest gallery for contemporary art. Her work as an artist, producer and curator…

Berlin: history, hedonism, and wildness

Over the past two months, I’ve been in touch with seven Berlin based artists, asking them about their experiences as artists in the city and how they understand queerness in relation to their work. Common…

London: ‘A Year in Utopia’

Paradoxically, I think being a full time parent, despite taking up most of my time, actually allows me some stability and gives focus to my down time.  Having the autonomy to operate more or less…

Collectivity, collaboration and experimentation in Budapest

I was first drawn to Budapest as a tourist, a love kept me coming back, and then I met someone who spoke the same artistic language and we started our first project, a non…