Welcome to the 16th volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity. This week we've got underwater wheelchairs, a subway tunnel’s burgeoning art scene, a ninety minute dance attack, and the return of a centuries-old flower.
British artist, Sue Austin challenges the possibilities of artistic expression and installation. Now, fitted with an underwater wheelchair, Austin is taking her art to new depths.
First used by underground freight trains, a new york subway tunnel was transformed into the ‘Freedom Tunnel’ by local artists, as a location for boundless art.
From artist, Camion Bazar, comes an hour and a half of pure, in-your-face dance music that doesn’t touch the soul so much as it strikes it. It’s a frantic and aggressive mix guaranteed to keep you moving.
The Gass-Poly, having been unseen in Norfolk, England for over 100 years has begun to bloom anew, after dormant seeds appeared in a countryside ghost-pond.
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