Issue 5 – Out Now!
Ninety-six (advertising-free) pages of stories about thinkers, seekers, makers and doers.
Inside, you will discover: a scientist who applied her experience with animals to plants, an ex-officer investigating literature and language, and the gender stereotype-redefining research about cultural exchange in ancient history…
In the Macaulay Library at America’s Cornell University Lab of Ornithology is a recording of the Hawaiian Kauaʻi ʻOʻo bird.
The audio was captured by wildlife biologist Thane Pratt just a handful of years before the species, Moho braccatus, went extinct.read more
What connection can we maintain to nature when the jungles we inhabit are increasingly made of concrete? It is a question artists Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen have been exploring…read more
Through the largest of Bethlem Hospital’s remaining apple orchards, over badger sets, and past a light pole on which kestrels are often seen perching, can be found a wood pile…read more
Phox Pop (foks pop)
Vox populi is a Latin phrase that literally means ‘voice of the people’; shortened to vox pop, in media it is an interview with members of the public, the ‘word on the street’. Replacing the ‘v’ with the ‘ph’ from photography – based on the Greek phos/light and graphê/drawing or writing – we create phox pop.