Category Archives: Philosophy

Suppose I Told You A Story

Dear Alys and Isis Suppose I told you a story: a true story. It doesn’t really matter what, but let’s say I told you a story about a child: a child who has a mother, just like you do. Let’s

Suppose I Told You A Story

Dear Alys and Isis Suppose I told you a story: a true story. It doesn’t really matter what, but let’s say I told you a story about a child: a child who has a mother, just like you do. Let’s

Nonsense: Everything you need to know the Nativity but were afraid to ask

Yay, it’s nearly Christmas. Or rather, Present Day, as it should be known for those us who don’t profess any belief in god, go to church, or celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, and just want to get on with

Nonsense: Everything you need to know the Nativity but were afraid to ask

Yay, it’s nearly Christmas. Or rather, Present Day, as it should be known for those us who don’t profess any belief in god, go to church, or celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, and just want to get on with

Memento Mori: Reflections on Time and Christian Marclay’s The Clock

Described as the hottest art work in the world right now, Christian Marclay’s The Clock is probably the closest cinema has ever come to representing real life in real-time in all its complexity. With breath-taking ambition and an enviable clarity

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Memento Mori: Reflections on Time and Christian Marclay’s The Clock

Described as the hottest art work in the world right now, Christian Marclay’s The Clock is probably the closest cinema has ever come to representing real life in real-time in all its complexity. With breath-taking ambition and an enviable clarity

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