Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendía was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to discover ice.
Tiny muscle movements linking mind to matter. Communication through imagination, AI, prosthetics, empathy and touch: So much more than magic, Stuart Nolans' 1000 Mindreaders sparked 1000 questions...
Are you thinking what we’re thinking?
Find out one mind-expanding, curiosity-quenching, conversation-starting Friday night in the Stranger studio, this September.
July's creative breakfast was a feast of print and poetry. And it's got us praising the small press.
Read about Firelight number three: a sun-bathed night by the riverside.
Guest writer Sam Crosby rounds up the best filmic content from the worlds of surf and skate.
Ear buds at the ready, as we take some time to appreciate the aural with a dive into the podcast phenomenon.
“I probably looked like a hectic spider doing contemporary dance.” Dan Arnold, the artist behind our studio’s striking new window installation gives us a sneak peek into his creative process.
The Design Council’s recently published Design Economy report has shed valuable light on the impact and value of design in our economy. It’s also highlighted a key difficulty that faces the industry. Diversity.
Looking for something to lose yourself in this summer? Evocative, compelling and crafted with a truly deft touch, Emma Timpany’s debut novella could be it.
Our roving storytelling evening sets up camp in Gweek Boatyard on Thursday 12th July. Come join us!
Robyn Cook came in to talk telepathic dogs, bananas and moveable art institutes.