No, you cannot meet King Lear in person but you can see him descend into madness live on stage in the screening of the National Theatre performance on September 27th. King Lear will be played by the great and powerful Ian McKellen, whom most might know as Gandalf from Lord of the Rings. Yet, in … More King Lear Live!
That Macbeth is a ruthless play about the hunger for power and the bloody means that spice up the dish is not news; nor is the fragility of power. In fact, it can be as flimsy as the words of fortune whispered into the wind by the witches Macbeth encounters and it can be as … More Macbeth’s Vision of Power
Today, we often talk about surveillance in the public sphere and what it effect it has on our privacy. In the age of Facebook, Twitter and Co. it more often than not seems that secrecy is a concept of the past. Our age of public self-surveillance is preceded by ages of state surveillance and other … More Secrecy & Surveillance @ the 6th SAMEMES Conference