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Working nine to three (because I have to pick up the kids) An exploration in to the view of women and art through a critical reading of Aristotle and Freud.

I begin this at around 2.30pm on a Tuesday afternoon, with not long to work as in half an hour I have to pick up my imaginary children from school. Little Susie and Jeremy won’t be happy if I am late, and my hypothetical husband would not bring himself away from the office early to collect them (he, of course, can happily work until 5 without issue). And with me being a woman without a proper job (being an artist that is), I am left with no choice but to cut my working short and get them myself. I am sorry, Dolly, but you may have to change the lyrics to really encompass the reality of a woman...

‘Sun Boiled Onions’ by Vic Reeves - Book Review

‘Sun Boiled Onions’ is not your typical book of art, but more of a visual rambling and fictional diary. Beginning on New Years Day at 5.am, Reeves is awoken by seven white doves of peace coming through his bedroom window like something out of a Disney movie. The reader is then presented with a drawing of Harrison Ford wearing a sausage-like hat. So, it is a pretty ordinary start...

Black Lives Matter and we should all care

We began the launch of Round Lemon and ZEST during the protests surrounding the murder of George Floyd, as well as countless other people of colour killed at the hands of police brutality. As a collective, our mission has always been to create a community which involves everyone, regardless of race, sexuality, gender, ability and religion. It is important for every artist to be seen and to have a platform to share their work...

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