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How do you live in London? Part 2 | The Workers

“What are you going to do when you graduate?” “Are you going to stay in Britain? Or are you going back to your country?” As the last second-year students at RCA, we have a lot of worries about the future, even though we still have about half a year until we graduate. In the orientation, which lasted a...

Shannan's Diary

28 Sep 2021 21:00 Lunchtime – I asked Li why she hadn’t brushed the pan after using it and why she always makes me uncomfortable with these daily subtle things. She replied that she didn’t use the pan! Was it me that didn’t brush it? I was shocked, and then remembered that I cooked sticky rice in the morni...

The Hours | 23 pieces of passing time

I believe in the power of being small instead of being big. I believe in the power of being quiet instead of making noise. I believe in the power of healing instead of justifying. I believe in the power of the unremarkable and unspeakable, the soft, gentle and ephemeral. From Feb 24th, 2022, I started to knit ...

How do you live in London?

What is it like living as a Korean woman studying art/design abroad? At the age of 30, some people get a job, get married, and have a child, but I started studying abroad. It doesn’t mean that I didn’t worry about these things. Can I leave Korea, where I have all my foundations? Isn’t it a...

Why do we need a chair in the virtual world?

Here is a chair which I brought from 3D Warehouse1. The 3D Warehouse is a fantastic free storage in which everything has been virtualised, but realised simultaneously. It displays simulacrum not mimesis, or the content which professes a three-dimensional basis. Hence, the things within the warehouse are placed in a state of non-gravitation. Wandering objects demolish ...

It's all too late.

6:00 am I open my eyes and instantly bounce out of bed. I grab my phone, walk into the bathroom, turn on the Science Podcast, take a shower, brush my teeth, and finish within 20 minutes. 6:20 am I have 40 minutes to read. I plan to read two books a week, 100 books a year, with 40% economics, 30% psychology, 15% history and 15% ...