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Inside the Bag, Inside the Life with Daniel Brereton

Filmmaker, illustrator and all-round Renaissance man, London based Daniel Brereton is originally from Cumberland in northeast England. He studied Graphic Design at Camberwell Art College where a straight talking tutor encouraged him to focus on filmmaking rather than drawing, a skill which has subsequently seen him partner with some of the most exciting DJs and musicians in modern electronic music. In 2014 he was a nominee in the UK Music Video awards for Metronomy’s song, Reservoir - a felt tip pen extravaganza, that combines a childlike naiveté with nostalgia for pre digital technology. Very much a maker rather than programmer, Daniel is also an ardent comic enthusiast, whose own strips have been published in Rough Trade magazine. See full post

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Inside the Bag, Inside the Life with Laure Prouvost

Turner Prize winning artist Laure Prouvost is best known for her video installations that evoke transitory moments of sensuality. Originally from Croix in Northern France, she studied in London at Central Saint Martins and Goldsmiths before working alongside the late British artist John Latham. She was the recipient of both the Max Mara Art Prize for Women in 2011 and the Turner in 2013. Currently based in Antwerp, Belgium, Laure splits her time between creating new work (hence the octopus in her fridge) and participating in a campaign for Latham’s old southeast London studio home, Flat Time House to become a museum. See full post

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côte&ciel x oki-ni

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Taking its lead from the concept of the urban nomad, côte&ciel has partnered with cult online retailer oki-ni to create a short film that illustrates the relationship between the traveller and the modern cityscape. Watch the film

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