Mexican-British photographer, Monica Alcazar-Duarte has produced installation work and photobooks that have been exhibited and collected across the world. Nominated by the Lisa Pritchard Agency’s ‘The One to Watch’ 2014 […]
Shame Chorus is an uplifting new music and spoken word performance art piece in reaction to the shame of being gay as experienced by the London Gay Men’s Chorus. It […]
From King’s Cross to our deepest grey matter via Harvard USA, artist, writer and neurolinguist, Alexander Rosenberg has just returned from the States where he spent the summer at Harvard University’s Functional Neuroimaging Lab. The CSM BA Fine Art 2013 alumnus was working with Harvard before returning to London to take up a place on UCL’s Neuroscience, Language and Communication masters. Prior to his stateside stint the artist found time to write a comedy-drama series which has been picked up by Vera Productions. Here he takes time out to share his perspective on art and neuroscience.