Monthly Archives: June 2011


‘There is nothing outside the text’ Derrida Kingsland Road Studio proudly presents the first exhibition, Presence – Absence. Set in the basement of a discreet terraced building, light pours upon the crowd through the glass brick ceiling. The space, poignantly, … Continue reading

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Granta 115: The F Word investigates Feminism and its power to transcend the ideal of femininity and the social constructed gender binaries. The magazine attempts to use literature, memoirs and photography as a platform from which to complicate and renegotiate … Continue reading

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The UK’s Channel 4 will show “some of the most horrific footage [they] has ever broadcast”. The footage will form part of an hour long documentary, “the killing fields” which will look into the last few weeks of the war … Continue reading

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The School For Scandal, The Barbican.

“There’s no possibility of being witty without a little ill-nature — the malice of a good thing is the barb that makes it stick” – LADY SNEERWELL Deborah Warner’s interpretation of Sheridan’s most popular comedy, The School for Scandal juxtaposes … Continue reading

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