Art & Fashion, Asides
Klaas Diersmann provides an eerie depiction of the obsessive, compulsive and divisive relationships we've formed with technology in 'Divided We Scroll'.
Matt Dempsey shares how he captured the story of a group riders hoping to break down barriers and create a sense of community in 'Knives Down, Bikes Up'.
Lexi Kiddo’s 'In My Dreams I See Volcanoes' for the Barbican expresses its LGBT theme with a riotous mix of dance, poetry & colour.
Asides, Live Action
Richard Dixon Wheatley ponders the urban sprawl of London life as experienced by members of its eroding communities in The Art of Change short 'DYSTOPIA'.
Sois de Traca present an alternate reality in which a group of animals resort to guerrilla tactics to call planet wrecking humans to account.
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