Undine Sellbach, ‘‘Why should our bodies end with our skin?’: Intergenerational longings, dislocations and waiting in BXBY’

We are delighted to announce that Undine Sellbach, from the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy, wrote a short catalogue essay for the Korean artist Soojin Chang, for the gallery Jerwood Arts and FVU awards London. Please click the following link to find out...

Seeing the Shark

by Dominic Smith Two transitional moments in Spielberg’s Jaws demand special attention. The first is when Richard Dreyfuss turns up as oceanographer Matt Hooper. In a film full of strong performances, he steals the show (opinion will be split on whether Robert...

Selling Nietzsche Short (Again)

    by Ashley Woodward Popular culture has already had more than its fair share of misrepresentations of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) and his ideas, from the comic book superhero Superman to the‘Nietzscheans’ – a malevolent alien race...