The inaugural exhibition at the Science Gallery in London brings together contemporary artists who look at everything from sugar highs to smartphone obsessions.
What We Learned This Week
Out of the Ordinary
Ariella Wolens talks with the spiritually-inclined artist and designer about joining the Pentecostal church at four years old and what she’s learned from her daughter.
Charlotte Jansen heads to the Tel Aviv studio of Addam Yekutieli to talk about street art, conflict and why personal heartbreak may help us to discuss political devastations.
Musician, artist, composer, performer… Charlemagne Palestine wears many hats. Never one to conform, to enter his studio is to discover a remarkable, immense space filled with stuffed toy…
"It’s been really nice to have the space to be speculative." Janet Currier discusses microbiology, the language of painting and her experience as Elephant’s first resident artist.
Does taxidermy always have to feel dark and deathly? British artist Harriet Horton bathes her dead creatures—the majority of which are birds—in vivid neon light.
“The origin of ugliness is inappropriateness of form.” Tav Group talks to Charlotte Jansen about ugly buildings, working with friends and the possibilities of ecological living.