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Asmita Shrish – Looking down on Earth

We are exploring more places in London, week by week, and we’ve been to Hackney Attic this time, at the Whirlygig Cinema, during a showcase of independent ‬filmmakers. We really loved all of them (especially because they were all women!!) and today we are pleased to introduce


Mizgin Müjde Arslan – It depends

We’ve met this director at Shorts on Tap, the events dedicated to indie shorts taking place at Juno a few months ago. As soon as we watched this short, we felt immediately something special, so the next step was meeting the director and have a chat after.


Abdoulaye Samb – The love of cultural mixing

Ciao ragazzi! Innanzitutto, volevamo scusarci del ritardo, stiamo cercando di pubblicare nuovi articoli con regolarità ma siccome stiamo cambiando casa (sì, again) la cosa è un po’ difficile. Questa settimana vi proponiamo un artista africano..quindi, non fatevi spaventare dal nome! 😀 Qualche settimana fa siamo


Theatre is as life: improvisation and discipline

Today’s title seems like something you might read from an old book about theatre. We’d like to share with you some key moments “QNéA” experienced in London’s theatres, focusing on the most amazing situation we’ve noted so far, during a class just a couple of


Between memory and reality – Dygoro Sasaki

London is one of the most multicultural city in the world and, when I moved, I was really excited about the possibility of meeting Londoner artists. After a while, I can tell you that it’s not really easy, but, a couple of weeks ago I


Flowers from the ground- Friederike Zeit

We’d like to introduce you in the magic world of clay thanks to Friederike Zeit, an amazing woman and artist we met at the International Clay Symposium of Deidesheim we attended with our friends, Sprout Art. And with her, we are happy to celebrate our first English interview!