On the wonders of what a diversity facelift can do for an ailing establishment and why it means so little in terms of actual structural change
Founders of design collective ‘Resolve’ talk about their temporary rebel space in the heart of Brixton
On growing up Dominican, working for Homeland Security, being soul-fucked & loving Sci-fi
The monsters are creeping, pouncing & inhabiting artists, writers & makers to create a future of radical abundance that transcends our dialectic capacities
Envisioning East London in 2060 through the lens of race, borders, colonialism, resistance and multimedia performance
When a child enters the world of realism and enclosure, he opens his eyes to the sparkle of hopes and desires, but his naivety shields him from reaching out to achieve those goals.
Artist and Filmmaker Tiona McClodden talks about her work on Essex Hemphill, ritual and memory
Join Skin Deep for the launch of our fifth print edition: IMAGINING 2043 on Thursday 28th July 2016 at the Free Word Centre.
East London writer and director Stella Corradi talks fantasy, addiction and her short film “Little Soldier”
Mislabelling black art and the limitations of indie as a genre
How a crisp pomegranate dessert became the gateway for cultural understanding and self reflection
Prayer isn’t entirely about my own mother, but it is influenced by the many hurdles we have tripped or jumped over in the years we have been mother and daughter. It is also a song for those who have found it difficult to make sense of the relationships they’ve had with their mothers