Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Day Great Britain Became Little England

Last week I was fortunate to spend a few days in a beautiful corner of England, Norfolk, nurturing friendships and discussing the then up and coming Brexit referendum. Walking around this wealthy, coastal oasis, I noticed an unnerving large amount of Vote Leave posters, not one Vote Remain. I knew then we were in trouble. […]
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Finding Solace Between Still And Moving

With the Brexit result still stinging and the sound of my dentist’s piercing drill echoing in a troubled head, I was desperate to find some solace on a balmy day in Copenhagen. My refuge was the gallery, Kant, with its first solo exhibition, Between Still And Moving by the Danish artist, Susanne Wellm. Susanne’s artistic […]
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