It’s true that a bee has a hive and a home, but does it not have wings of freedom?
PSA: Don’t fill your bath with Orbeez
Manchester-based creator Acid Maia sets the scene for the extensive and ‘genre-bending’ body of work in the cataclysmic places within our world where our concrete societies and the wild collide; the rural space that walks the line of two sublime forces that do battle every day. The contrast is present within the overgrown ivy on […]
Water cascaded from a precipice above, exploding upon impact with the pool below. What loomed in front of me was Olafur Eliasson’s sculpture, Waterfall, a tall mechanism from which water fell ceaselessly. Full of texture and movement, it filled the empty sky, refracting light and magnifying the forms around it. In the city, it’s easy […]
Harry Thorfin talks to Dylan James about the A4 project
Lisa Habernik reviews The Modernist’s exhibition on Sarah Hardarce’s work
Phedra Broach interviews photographer Shona Sterland about her work photographing the local landscape, and what we can expect for Art In Mancunia 2020
Harry Thorfin talks to Charlie Bird, a photographer documenting a changing city through subtle, black and white street photography
Rosie Plunkett takes a look at photographer Evie Spicer
Fuse Fm’s Head of Publicity speaks about Rebekah Knox’s photography journey and what we can expect to see from her at the A.I.M 2020 event
Daisy Culver talks to Manchester musician Twin Complex about his work, his inspiration and the future
Daisy Culver interviews DJ Kiana Kabiri on her music, culture, and inspiration
Ryan Gear is using photography to let us freely interpret in a world oversaturated with images
Fashion editor Alice Porter explores the idea that the commodification of Fashion Week prevents it from being art
Textiles have a major role in African cultures. Megan Oyinka pays homage to her heritage and influences at the Student Union printing workshop.
Chess Bradley discusses one of the most ambitious exhibitions she’s seen: The Manchester Open