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  • new death
    And we all thought dying would be so simple...
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    Our pick of the best events taking place across the world in the month ahead.
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    LONDON: Tom Jeffreys visits the grandly austere Rain Room at the Barbican, courtesy of Love Art London.
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    Avoiding crosses and staying relevant.
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    Obesitysushi
    It’s easy to imagine why city living would make us want to eat differently - high stress, less sleep, McDonald's outlets galore.
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    A poem about the wild by poet and literary agent Isobel Dixon.
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    FabTop
    Before there were clothes, there were moths, goats, sheep and, surprisingly, stingray.
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    The logic defying characteristics of water.
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    In Volume II of the series, Merlyn Driver takes us for a night-time walk on the Orkney Islands of Scotland.
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    DIY
    In the last of a three-part series for the Journal of Wild Culture, artist and writer Hestia Peppe begins the painful process of cataloguing, cleaning and moving on.
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    DIY
    In the second of a three-part series for the Journal of Wild Culture, artist and writer Hestia Peppe opens the door to a shared world of stuff and stories.
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    Tom Jeffreys picks out his highlights from the traditional curtain-raiser of London's packed art fair calendar.

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