With the discovery of several thousand new pages of Hegel’s lecture notes, fans are hoping his famously tricky philosophy may become easier to understand – this expert isn’t so …
How Bob Dylan Used the Ancient Practice of ‘Imitatio’ to Craft Some of the Most Original Songs of His Time
Because Dylan draws from songs from the past, he has been accused of plagiarism. But this view has been colored by a distorted understanding of the creative process.
To Err is to Make Art
The essay is a personal narrative about coming to terms with failure as an essential prerequisite to pursue art.
Capturing Queer Desire, ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ is 18th Century Art in Motion
The film makes me cautiously optimistic that queer women might see more films in the future where they can take everything in, and never once have to look away.
An ode to the stretch marks scribbled on our skin.
In Celebration of Celebration: ‘Tu Jhoom!’
Coke Studio Pakistan Season 14’s first song holds much relevance for our pandemic-ridden times in highlighting the significance of delight.
LGBTQIA+ History: The Story of Camp, From Little Richard to Lil Nas X
Camp defies easy categorisation and has come to mean many things over the span of queer history.
What Does Art Really Save?
'Knocking open human lives, to bare what language tends to hide.'