LES LALANNE: Where Nature Meets Home

Maddy Whitman Staff Writer

Entering the Ben Brown Fine Arts gallery to see their most recent art exhibition, LES LALANNE, feels like stepping straight into Alice in Wonderland. The exhibition is immediately fascinating but slightly overwhelming. After taking some time to process the exhibition, it’s easier to appreciate how all the small details animated the gallery space.  

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Tate Modern’s ‘The Clock’ film transcends time

Rohan Haarmann Culture Editor: Online

Stepping inside the Tate Modern’s recently constructed Switch House building, I soon found myself amongst a huge crowd of people. The entrance to a dimly lit room was filled by others waiting to see Christian Marclay’s 2010 experimental film, The Clock.

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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, an attempt at innovation or a total fail?

Jasmin Taylor Staff Writer

Bandersnatch, the first standalone film from Netflix’s Black Mirror TV series, is an interactive and non-linear film that allows the viewer to steer the plot by asking questions and providing two choices for the viewer to choose from. These questions range from, “what type of cereal would you like?” to more vital, in some cases life or death, questions that lead to one of six alternate endings.

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Community Arts Building one year on

Isabel Link Staff Writer

The Community Arts Building has been influential to the middle and high school art programs since its construction in 2015.

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Yayoi Kusama‘s newest exhibition over promises and under delivers

Alexandra Gers Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Online

I’ve always found Yayoi Kusama to be an intriguing character in the art world. At almost 90 years old, she is known for her candy-colored wigs, hallucinations and vibrant works of art. With a career spanning almost 70 years and transcending movements such as Surrealism, Minimalism and Pop Art, she is uniquely singular in what she does.

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