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Sonance: A Spatial Oeuvre’s Tuning In

Sound expert Julian Treasure advocates ‘designing for our ears’ while contemplating the quality of architectural space for communication and exchange. And there are now actual ingenious examples where sound is integral to contemporary building design: Mark…

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Painting Songs of Australia’s Genesis

The aborigines of Australia have perhaps the oldest form of sacred geography, with its genesis through Alcheringa – the Dreamtime; where ancestral beings emerged as totemic animals and humans from Earth’s interior to wander over the…

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Burnings Freeing Hanibal Srouji’s Soul

History appears to repeat itself in Lebanon: as in its Civil War from 1975 to 1990, thousands of Lebanese youths are again fleeing the country. This time with Germany or Sweden as their final destination; rather…

Leonardo Drew solo exhibition, at Pearl Lam Galleries on Nov 11, 2015, in Hong Kong, China. Photo by Moses Ng / studioEAST

Starring: Paint, Wood, Fabric & What Not

For those of us who enjoyed being regaled by STPI’s “Looks Good on Paper” exhibition in the last quarter of 2016 on the myriad ways hand made paper can be coaxingly manipulated by different artists to…