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"ProbablyNothing" is a favourite expression among NFT enthusiasts. As you can imagine, it means of course an event that is "AlmostCertainlySomething." Two such events have occurred in the last few days, signifying that this nascent technology, known primarily for making ape owners substantially better off,...

Back in the day, when it was normal for artists to collaborate and present their work in public, and nobody carried an iPhone because they did not exist, my old pal, guitar virtuoso Nigel Gavin and I worked together on a series of gallery /...

The fabulous Stephanie McGann Jantzen is one of the leading voices in the Fireside community and it was a pleasure to chat to her about Boma Global, the Sonophilia Foundation, creativity, politics, leadership, play and the very serious role which art and the artists have...

“To survive we need food, sex, and creativity - and you need the last one to get either of the first two, so we know which is most important!” I did a thing with the Sonophilia Foundation. It was a lot of fun! Check it out HERE ...

It has been my pleasure and privilege to talk to some remarkable people in my regular Fireside chats, be it as part of the Boma Global Studio series, The Creative Farm (making sense of life through conversations with artists) and other programmes. The live recordings,...