Stuart Walker’s design practice confronts the costs of consumer culture. Through objects that blur the boundaries between art and design, he invites us to reflect on critical contemporary questions about progress, technology, nature, spirituality and death, and offers a positive vision that is socially and culturally meaningful, locally relevant and environmentally responsible
Imagine living and travelling in an egg-shaped vessel to discover the meaning of place and community at a time of environmental changes. We follow artist Stephen Turner in his journey of discovering enchantment of the natural world.
Picasso’s work of art falls in the category of the unattainable, only to be in museums, auctioned at innumerable amounts and owned by just the very privileged few. All until now...
The modern world’s emphasis on a particular type of worldview has created a duality between our brain and body. Healing this disconnect can encourage a more holistic understanding of ourselves and help us approach global issues in a new way
Climate change is often seen through a policy or scientific lens, and solutions are discussed only in political offices, boardrooms and negotiating halls. ArtCop21 launched ahead of the UN climate talks in Paris, aims to challenge those tropes