This is a weekly column that provides a global summary of government and social media. Topics are presented in geographical order this week, starting with India. In addition to pushing his rank and file to actively engage with the public via social media since his election, this week Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi lauded the […]

Retrospective exhibition: 40 years of computer art 13 November – 14 December | Vernissage: 13 November, 18:30 – 22:00 Peter Beyls is a Belgian pioneering interdisciplinary artist who has been exploring computer art for nearly four decades. His work extends into the visual arts, music and hybrid experimental formats. In light of the publication of […]

A woman rages. Her husband of 10 or more years has left her, taken up with a much younger, blonder and richer slip of a woman all set, and excited, to marry anew. “Heav’n has no Rage, like Love to Hatred turn’d, Nor Hell a Fury, like a Woman scorn’d,” wrote Willian Congreve in The […]