'Knocking open human lives, to bare what language tends to hide.'
While wandering across the streets of Delhi, I observed how a carefree sleep in public is in itself an act of rebellion.
With vinyl records, zines and political posters instead of just books, The Library of Things We Forgot to Remember offers a way to reimagine African history.
A series of sculptures by artist Debanjan Roy peels back a layer on the appropriation of Gandhi by polarising forces while 'humanising someone who loved humanity'.
The head of the Afghan Film Organisation is now trying to help dozens of other filmmakers flee the Taliban in Afghanistan, who she warns will undertake a "genocide" of artists.
Particularly threatened by the Taliban, some artists are trying to destroy all proof of their work. Others are creating last pieces as a form of resistance.