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Culture Cuts

‘Cuts in Culture: The impact on creativity conference’. BAFTA, London, 11 May 2011. Report from the recent conference held in London.

The Stag and Hound

In Praise of Shadows (1933) by the Japanese author, Tanizaki, is a lament of living with modern artificial illumination, of missing deep shadow and the profound experience of being a being in half-light. In bright light everything becomes homogenized, corporate, and possesses a ubiquitous sameness (political passivity). Tanizaki proposes how natural light and deep shadow … Continue reading The Stag and Hound