Big Bang Data @ Somerset House

‘As we go about our online activities, we unwittingly leave a trail of info behind us. This data no longer really belongs to us and is now being used to fuel a major new economy. Big corporations buy and sell details about our characteristics and behaviour, commodifying our privacy to be able to sell products …

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Alice in Wonderland @ The British Library

To celebrate 150 years of the publication of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (aka the Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), The British Library have put on a brilliant free exhibition that takes you through the many different illustrations and interpretations of this classic children's story that has continued to fascinate and capture people's imaginations for over a …

Georgians Revealed: Life, Style and the Making of Modern Britain @ The British Library!

Last Thursday I planned a wonderful day out with an old friend from university. She is probably one of the few people I know who shares a similar interest in the same things I do, so whenever I see a potentially interesting exhibition it is usually safe to say that she will be interested in …

Propaganda: Power and Persuasion Exhibition @ The British Library

Whilst in central London on Tuesday, my fellow English Literature friend from uni and I decided to fit in an exhibition before Margaret Atwood's talk at the Southbank Centre. After going to the British Library's Writing Britain: Wastelands to Wonderlands around the same time last year, I thought it would be interesting to go and …