South Korea not only dominates when it comes to technology, but it is also a leader when it comes to pop music. While K-pop plunges through the globe, there are various other genres that deserve one’s attention, not only Korean hip-hop, but also R&B. R&B is not unknown to the Korean market; although it has […]

The undulating lines and curves within the geometric formations of Franco-Japanese artist Tiffany Bouelle’s work provide us with a refined view of complex subjects. Having extensively travelled from a young age, Bouelle is concerned and simultaneously fascinated by culture, drawn towards the similarities and differences within her surroundings and the people she encounters. Most recently […]

Jevgenija Jones, known by her artistic name, Appias Albina, dreamed of being an artist since she was a young girl. Born and raised in Vilnius, Lithuania, Jevgenija graduated from the Academy of Arts and went straight into making art. On top of that, she also worked as a jewellery maker, graphic designer, illustrator and audiovisual […]

Hip-hop has always been recognized as the most politicized genre of music. Compared to pop, rock and other genres, hip-hop has been franker and more ruthless. However, no one could have predicted that hip-hop, which was supposed to be another form of entertainment, would overturn the modern way of understanding the function of art in […]

Eunsoo Cho, born and raised in Seoul, Korea, has been an avid film lover since she was very young. She studied at the Korean National University of Arts, and received her M.F.A at the School of Cinematic Arts in the University of Southern California. In both schools, her focus was cinematography. Throughout the years, many […]

Layla Ji has always been an ambitious individual. At the age of 18, she decided to move from China to the US to study a double major in Business Management and Radio/TV/Film Production. After four years, she proudly graduated with honours and later went on to study at Columbia University where she finished the MFA […]

Over the last month we have all been invited to reflect upon the injustices of history. Encouraging a different perspective on the human narrative and highlighting the need for further representation of minority groups within our cultures, institutions, policies and businesses. The education and dismantling of oppressive structures, we could argue, has only just begun […]

Jang Yu Min, a vanguard of a generation of women willing to take control of their own destiny in pursuit of happiness, wasn’t into modelling to begin with. She was timid and not keen on people staring at her. When Jang Yu Min was finally discovered, she decided to take on a challenge and grew […]

Sarah Martinson, an emerging artist, has been playing music as a hobby until she became an artist herself, having been raised in a musical household. Recently, she released her debut album, Back to You, on which she adapted quality songs into something distinctive and special. Sarah might be an up-and-coming singer, but this young lady […]

What is your first memory of harassment? This is the simple, yet difficult question that interdisciplinary artist Clemence Vazard first began asking women in 2016. Although realising the importance of her work through the documentation of their stories, Vazard was unaware of what huge significance this would have. Then in 2017, the world began to […]