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Rosie Dean Harding

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Review: The Boy and the Heron

Watching The Boy and the Heron is like stepping into a surrealist’s dream. Hayao Miyazaki uses childlike imagery to immerse the viewers in a new world which erodes the boundaries…

The Great Hall at the National Portrait Gallery

At the entrance of Edinburgh’s National Portrait Gallery, you are welcomed by one of the most iconic pieces of art showcased in the entire gallery, and it is found just…

Why is Queer art still misunderstood?

Frida Kahlo, Keith Haring and Beauford Delaney. These are some of the names which come to mind when I think of queer artists. Iconic and crucial to queer history, they…

Rethinking the National Galleries: Ken Currie’s Three Oncologists

As if you just swung through the theatre doors and interrupted them mid-surgery, Ken Currie’s Three Oncologists stare blankly at you. Ghostly and exhausted, their limp and bloody hands morbidly…

Cult Column: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

The dreamscape that is Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) takes its audience on a bittersweet journey of love, nostalgia and regret. The film progresses to the ugly ending…

Review: That 90’s Show

I was initially drawn to That 90’s Show by nostalgia for its predecessor, That 70’s Show (1998-2006). I had hoped for a full-fledged reunion starring almost all the old cast.…