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Updated: Dec 3, 2020

This 2017 documentary offers an intimate history of a new town. In part charming, in part melancholic, the film also leads us to reflect on the importance of public access to arts.


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At University, my dissertation was titled, ‘Sex in Art: The Taboo subject’. I spoke mainly about reclaiming erotic art from the male gaze and therefore normalising female sexuality and sexual pleasure. I noticed societies outrage when a women took control of her body and explored her sexuality on her own terms, and it sparked a fire in me thats been increasing ever since! I find it interesting (and intensely annoying) when women are sexualised for the male gaze in pornography, art history and everyday marketing, but as soon as women take autonomy over their bodies and openly create erotic art or show a nipple or God forbid dare to speak about what they enjoy during sex, some people simply cannot handle it.


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Updated: Dec 3, 2020

Eight months into 2020, and what a year it has been! Never did I imagine that come August I would have left mainland England and be residing back home on the island of Jersey. But as we all know, when it comes to the arts, we roll with the punches. Liverpool has been my home away from home for five years. Leaving Liverpool has meant saying goodbye to friends, a spectacular city and my independents. But worst of all, it means taking a step back from the arts. A sector that is not yet well defined in Jersey. And so with a bit of a delay, I conclude this three-part series. Through this final instalment, let us delve into the power of art in regards to both primary and secondary schools.


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