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The Folio Society has published some beautiful illustrated editions of classic novels this year, from A Clockwork Orange to Day of the Jackyll. Here, Nate Evuarherhe, an assistant librarian at the V&A, speaks to illustrator Sean McSorley about his artwork for a new edition of Joseph Conrad’s troubling novella, Heart of Darkness…
Communities, Collectives and Collaboration is the theme for the sixth edition of Brighton Photo Biennial, and with so much to see this year, a single visit won’t seem like enough time to take it all in. So here are just a few highlights, including a show at the soon to be demolished Circus Street Market exploring the resurgence of photography collectives.
Biophilia, Björk’s seventh album, came to us in many forms: as an album, app, concert, documentary, and a deluxe boxset with tuning forks. Now, to complete the package, the singer has released a concert film, which will receive its UK premiere at the London Film Festival on Thursday…
For some people, the idea that our bodies are covered in trillions of tiny microbes isn’t necessarily a pleasant one. Hoping to make the invisible visible and shed light on the useful nature of these micro-organisms, a film for the new Micropia museum in Amsterdam gives the little fellas a new, cuddly image