SUMNER

Sumner is Kristina Sarkisova, a singer-songwriter hailing from Spain via Moscow, currently based in London. Her music is powerful… it draws you in, taking you to a state of contemplation that caresses your soul. Melancholia meets curiosity, mystery marries bitter-sweetness. In a realm of mindful exploration of duality she unveils reality as subjective sensation, an […]

Goldsmiths Photography Degree Show

We cordially invite you to the annual degree show at Goldsmiths, our intellectual shelter and creative stage, where we will be showcasing some of our own work, alongside that of an array of up-and-coming photographers, including our precious – and previously presented – artist Geiste Marija Kincinaityte. Goldsmiths, University of London, is a leading institute […]

SHOW YOU ARE NOT AFRAID

In the post 9/11 environment we have to start our own revolution, a revolution of love and solidarity. Fear is a paralyzing poison that we have to overcome in our minds and actions. German artist MikaelMikael works freely across different platforms to create alternative multi-directional interventions. Show you are not afraid is one of our […]

Plato’s Cave XHBT

‘You do not know you are a prisoner because you were born in the cave and it is the only life you have ever known.’ Frolic at this exciting pop-up show right by Limehouse Station! Alluding to the Louvre power cut Plato’s Cave is a riveting explorative exhibition by a group of promising emerging artists […]

MONOLITH Magazine

‘ONLY YOUR BELIEF IMPRISONS YOU. EVERYTHING IS QUESTIONABLE.’ MONOLITH is one of the most stimulating reads out there on the magazine market. It is a bi-annual fusion of an investigative science bible, spiritually explorative kaleidoscope and philosophic psychedelia. It brings together the different disciplines in an intellectually appealing and visually absorbing crescendo. Here’s a little […]

MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN

Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize®–winning novel MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN  is a magical tale of the destinies of the children born at the stroke of midnight August 15, 1947 – the cusp of India’s Independence, – and has finally been adapted to film. GRASSGRASS is proud to present an exclusive interview with the celebrated Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta who ventured to realise this […]

Gold in the Crucible

For three days the Hoxton Arches were the site of the extraordinary exhibition Gold in the Crucible which was a kind of symbolic coming of age for the participating artists, in form of a continuation of the sculptural exploration with trans:form earlier this year. Curated by Hanna Laura Kaljo the exhibition was the processual result of the six artists […]

DIY Taxidermy with Charlie Tuesday Gates

To drink on a Tuesday night would be the absolute last thing on my mind (#SchoolNight), and for others, it would be to attend an interactive DIY taxidermy session at The Book Club with artist Charlie Tuesday Gates — which I had the immense pleasure of doing. Charlie has more charisma in her surgical-gloved pinky […]

Scare and Share

Halloween is one of my preferred annual fêtes and, in fact, could even be described as a holiday in my belief system of conscious hedonism (never mind religious/national threads of ideology). Not only does it justify dressing up, deception and acting eerily, but it also challenges your perception and intimacy with people. Being a secret […]