Maybe it was reading a raft of articles discussing the ongoing dehumanising of the children of British colonialism and imperialism via government policy over decades culminating in the Windrush Scandal. Maybe it was listening to various podcasts discussing inter-generational trauma and the inheritance of a collective shame. Maybe it was seeing years of a lived … Continue reading Bush Theatre’s ‘Leave Taking’: Review.
London's theatre scene is experiencing something of a renewal. A lot of smaller production companies have been coming out with rather decent content that is relevant to parts of our society that are usually not catered to. As such, there is a range of stories being told that reflect the true nature of the capital’s … Continue reading Bush Theatre’s ‘Misty’: a short review
God, it has been a long time. My new year resolution was to write more, go to more viewings and I have failed woefully the past 3 months - life happened, folks. But I'm back! And I have an amazing - aren't they always? - exhibition for you all to see. As always, this is … Continue reading Taiye Idahor: ÒKHÙO
A tweet from a follower almost got lost in the abyss of trivial and repetitive topics that tend to fill my timeline occasionally but thanks to the algorithm that shows you tweets you missed, I happened to come across it. It had a link to information about Legacies of Biafra exhibition that was coming to … Continue reading Legacies Of Biafra
I truly can not believe that the year is almost over and 2018 has its foot in the door. I started this blog for the love of art and my aim was (and still is) to bridge the gap between young black and ethnic 'minorities' and the art world -- to introduce black artists and … Continue reading F3mininja Recap: 2017
She writes on how love can make us shed our skin and bring forth someone new and unexpected within us; how love can make the unimaginable imaginable.