Learning a New Language of Boundaries

An essay by Rosette Jäminki The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to make drastic changes to the ways in which we move around and interact in our social world. There has been a rapid recalibration of what is expected in terms of following the guidelines and what kind of behavior is considered unacceptable in each stage of the pandemic. Physical touch and physical proximity have certainly been … Continue reading Learning a New Language of Boundaries

Life Before

Poem by A.K.M   ‘Life Before’ Bright, busy, noisy. That’s what it used to look like at night in London People walking in crowds, but now that memory is hazy. A kaleidoscope of colours, red, yellow, green Leading the path for exhausted workers to make their way home People rushing past each other, now nowhere … Continue reading Life Before