S/He into Flesh: Skye & Kham Answer Our Questions

Artists Skye Reynolds and Khamlane ‘Kham’ Halsackda discuss their live Zoom performance piece ‘S/He into Flesh’. This conversation is based on questions by Ana Hine. Kham: So the first question is, “What were the circumstances that led to the ‘S/He into Flesh’ online screening with Tramway?” Skye: We arrived at an idea we were delighted... Continue Reading →

Who Has The Power & The Platform?

Game Assist is a multi-media project discussing accessibility and representation in video games. I interviewed the co-creators, Sara Khan (she/they) and Errol Kerr (he/him), shortly after Game Assist ended its year-long hiatus and two days before the release of their video ‘“Everything is Political” | Institutional Racism in Life is Strange 2’ on YouTube. Game... Continue Reading →

“Just Be A Composer”

Natasa Paulberg is an Australian/Irish composer, performer and conductor. She writes for film, TV, games and concerts, attended the UCLA Film Scoring Program in L.A. and teaches film scoring in Dublin. How did you become a music composer? I started playing music as a kid, maybe when I was five or six with the usual... Continue Reading →

Take It As A Compliment

Maria Stoian is a freelance illustrator, whose debut graphic novel ‘Take it as a Compliment’ won several awards for its exploration of sexual abuse, harassment, and violence against women. She will be appearing at the Dundee Literary Festival on Saturday 22 October at Bonar Hall at noon for an hour-long discussion about graphic storytelling alongside... Continue Reading →

A Chat With Sofia B

Singer-songwriter Sofia B performed at Pandora Fest women's music festival last month. Ana Hine, editor of Artificial Womb, caught up with her.     How did you enjoy Pandora Fest? Aside from the vomiting from motion sickness on the way up to Scotland and the rain, I actually had one of the best days of... Continue Reading →

Maggie Chapman v WEP

Maggie Chapman is the Scottish Green Party's lead candidate for the North East region in the upcoming Scottish Parliamentary Elections, and the co-convenor for the SGP nationally.  Ana Hine asked her to respond to the Women's Equality Party's six main policies. (Ana Hine) How can we achieve equal representation for women in politics, business, and... Continue Reading →

An Interview with Chella Quint

Chella Quint, the zinester behind Adventures in Menstruating and the comedian behind Comedy in Space! will be visiting Manchester this month. Ana Hine caught up with her over Facebook. Ana: So you’re appearing at the Manchester Science Festival, but also showing your face at the Women in Comedy Festival. How did this come about? Chella:... Continue Reading →

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