Crimson staff writer
Claire S. Elliott
BioArt Grows in Popularity (And on its Own)
Both Sutela’s and Lin’s works are known as BioArt, an emerging field at the intersection of life science and creative expression. The pieces are often metaphors, using biological media to make a statement and redefine the boundaries of art. Much of the BioArt on display at MIT’s Symbionts exhibit criticizes the way humans interact with the natural world.
Ghungroo Explores and Celebrates Identity in its 35th Year
Ghungroo is a show that allows those of South Asian identities to express and share their experiences and customs.
Artist Profile: Heerraa Ravindran, an Inspiring Singer-Songwriter
Heerraa Ravindran, a Harvard Extension School student, wants to change the world, and through her music, she does.
‘L’Orchestre National Mauritanien’ Retrospective: The Lost Records of Ahl Sana Streaming Now
For 52 years, the enchanting music of Saharan Rock band Ahl Nana remained hidden from most ears.
‘Cunk on Earth’ Season One Review: If Monty Python met the Mockumentary
The true delight in “Cunk on Earth,” though, is not the absurdity or the irony, but the relationship between Cunk and those she interviews.