GO Africa! – A Community-Led Display of Cultural Vibrations

GO Africa! – A Community-Led Display of Cultural Vibrations

[London, LTTW] I completely undermined how much I would enjoy Go Africa at the Ringcross Community Centre in Islington, London, on August 17th 2019. This is the second time this year I ...
Frank Bowling at the Tate Britain

Frank Bowling at the Tate Britain

When I decided to write about the Frank Bowling exhibition at the Tate Britain in London, my assumption was that it was going to be a relatively short article, where I would ...
An Interview with Brendan Pickett

An Interview with Brendan Pickett

By Jason Noghani LTTW (Jason Noghani): This is the interview with Brendan Pickett for Listen to the World, and this follows the brilliant exhibition he had last month in London, which was ...
Truth and Power: Art from the Brexit Era – through the Eyes of Brendan Pickett

Truth and Power: Art from the Brexit Era – through the Eyes of Brendan Pickett

Foreword from Listen To The World Brexit has been one of the foremost issues in today’s political and economic climate. Large numbers of us often forget that economics, along with politics, are ...
#LTTWThrowback Crossing the Sacred Bridge – Celebrating Life

#LTTWThrowback Crossing the Sacred Bridge – Celebrating Life

By Jason Noghani The magical event that took place on April 26th 2019 (the second event of the Sacred Rhythm: Reborn Unison series, the first of which took place in August 2018) reaffirmed ...
Stockhausen – In Light of our Time

Stockhausen – In Light of our Time

The music of Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928-2007) occupies a certain (sacred) space in our time. Stockhausen was unique in the postwar avant-garde, in that there is no simple way to categorise him, given ...
Analogue Alchemy

Analogue Alchemy

The music of Shiva Feshareki addresses some of the most pressing questions concerning music and culture in our time. She is a highly versatile and diverse composer whose musical output encompasses a ...