The latest light-installation by Dutch artist-designer Daan Roosegaarde turns a 20,000 square-meter leek field into a luminous dreamscape of red and blue light. It’s a tribute to the farmers cultivating the fields that feed the world while also inspiring us to imagine a more sustainable future.
In this episode, we share the story of Mexican design studio La Metropolitana, who established a pilot project, that tackles social issues resulting from internal migration.
This episode, we set on an acoustic journey through African American culture and visit places like Nina Simone’s childhood home, the birthplace of hip hop in New York, and, among others, Villa Lewaro, the legacy of America’s first female millionaire, Madame C.J. Walker.
In our podcast premiere, fashion designer and entrepreneur Akosua Afriyie-Kumi shares what it takes to build an ethical fashion brand and how the racial inequalities she encountered in the fashion industry motivated her to take this step.
The Beijing-born, Chicago based artist Yuge Zhou creates video installations that examine the relationships between people and places in urban and natural environments. In our interview, Yuge shares how her experiences as an immigrant influenced her art.
Natacha Paschal on lockdown-life in Paris, celebrating sisterhood, her love for children’s drawings, and parodying luxury fashion advertising.
The multidisciplinary artist duo Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra from New Delhi share their concerns about a humanitarian crisis unfolding in India and shine a light on the situation of the most vulnerable.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Artem Kitaev, co-founder of Russian studio KOSMOS Architects on keeping up with fast-paced architectural trends, and the potential of temporary architecture for more sustainable cities.
A conversation with Yinka Ilori about the role of design in society, family values, and the special gift he inherited from his mother and grandmother.
Casa Gomis, designed by the Spanish architect Antonio Bonet, has become a testament to rationalist architecture in Spain, but it faces an uncertain future.
This weekend’s recommendations include an online publication on technology, culture, and society from a global perspective, a food guide celebrating culinary traditions, and candid conversations on the art world with critic, writer, and curator Kenny Schachter.
This weekend’s tips include a documentary about fearless art collector Hester Diamond, a book on mental flexibility, humility, and curiosity, and the ancient art of melted sand.
This week’s Culture Cue features American folk art, captivating storytelling for the digital era, Bjarke Ingels’ paper architecture, and affordable art to support NGO’s on the frontlines in Beirut.