Reading Time: 5 minutes An article I wrote for Project Seagrass: Microplastics is a term that is worryingly on the rise in the media. They are found almost everywhere, and their polluting and damaging effects are felt heavily on marine environments. Can seagrass present a solution in our fight to tackle this widespread plastic contamination?
Reading Time: 3 minutes The objects we use in the present, collect and curate from the past, and ponder potentials for the future are fractured; yet they bring us so much wonder, even if they’re falling apart. This post is a personal exploration of three museum artefacts that have stimulated my curiosity; an Executioner’s Mask, a Water Pipe and a Bird Cage.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Bugs. You might love them, you might hate them, but should you be eating them? Have we already been consuming them unknowingly? This post will explore the pros, cons and possibilities of eating insects as an alternative protein source; looking into the origin, history and modern-day practice of eating bugs around the world and deciding whether this helps to shape our own uptake likelihood.
Reading Time: 9 minutes The microbiome is questioning the definition of one of the most universal terms used in biology. This post will explain what the microbiome is and discuss why is it crucial for our survival. Scientific discovery and philosophical insight are merging; how is the microbiome challenging our sense of ‘self’?
Reading Time: < 1 minute The duo’s psychedelic experimentation and subsequent journey led to the creation of ‘Runaway Folklore’, and it continues to inspire; with a music video in the making and the release of one more single before releasing their concept album in early 2021.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Soothed into a soundscape that is so calming yet so powerful, ‘Pour In The Blue’ is a minimalistic piece that offers listeners a chance of musical escapism and portrays the creativity of South London multi-instrumentalist, Plumm.