Aqui Thami: On Feminism, Art & Dissent
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Aqui Thami: On Feminism, Art & Dissent

Aqui Thami is an artist, scholar, founder of Sister Library and present-day revolutionary. As a migrant Indigenous woman living in Bombay, part of mainland India, Aqui transverses blood-torn borders to actively create and nurture spaces of feminist community. Esthesia Magazine spoke to Aqui about art and revolution, but also of the minutiae of political being … Continue reading

Julia Gootzeit — On Comics, Reflections & Poignant Inspirations
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Julia Gootzeit — On Comics, Reflections & Poignant Inspirations

Human life, from the inception of documented and discovered evidence, has been deeply and markedly engulfed by art. Our lives often find themselves transposing across mediums, at least for the few moments of entanglement with the artwork. A gist of solace and easement unfurls itself in our conversations with and around art – our being … Continue reading

The Local Thrift — A Garage Sale Project Fostering Sustainable Practices
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The Local Thrift — A Garage Sale Project Fostering Sustainable Practices

In the wake of our current crisis, we see–deeply and prominently–the detrimental human impact, us as a collective has had towards the environment. One of the more cultural aspects of our existence is tied to our clothing and our clothing is tied to our identities. Using sustainable and non-exploitative methods to buy clothes is, quite … Continue reading

Feathers in Space— On soundscapes and reverberations
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Feathers in Space— On soundscapes and reverberations

An Edition of ‘Ease’ We interviewed the lovely Feathers in Space, an indie-pop duo consisting of members Radhika and Darren who create balmy melodies that nestle perfectly into our definition of ease. Their debut EP “Four” is out on all platforms! Read on to know about the band’s inspirations, Four’s journey and their personal playlist.  … Continue reading