Artists such as Leah Clements, Christine Sun Kim, and Jamila Prowse exercise care as responsibility, access, and inclusivity, and fostering a critical dialogue with others.
Tracing the Legacies of Postwar UK’s Lost and Damaged Public Artworks
Last December, after cultural preservationists in England realized that many of the nation’s postwar public sculpture have disappeared from the landscape over a number of decades, they issued a public call to attempt to trace or even recover them.
Inventive Twitter Projects Monitor Air Quality, Calm Chemo Patients, and More
At last month’s London Design Festival, six projects considered how Twitter might enable interactions beyond verbal communication.
Disassembling a Dying Ash Tree so It Can Be Reborn
LONDON — The afterlives of trees are grim. Many become mulch, others fodder for fires.
From Droughts to Pollution, a Photography Award Documents World’s Environmental Crisis
Try to reconcile these numbers: one billion people go to bed hungry every night, yet Americans and Europeans throw away half of all food they purchase uneaten.