Is it possible to maintain a friendship with someone with radically opposite views? THINK editor, David Mizzi, examines why we should do so. Read More
Western tradition tends to view gender as something binary, either male or female. Fran Borg’s research takes a closer look at how Sanskrit philosophy understands the inseparability of gender through language and mythology. Read More
A good way of understanding a concept is by looking at the way people use it in everyday conversations. Language embodies the accumulated wisdom of countless speakers who have expressed their understanding to others over long periods of time. By analysing the way we use the term ‘comfort zone’ we can better understand what we actually mean when we use it. Read More
Vince Briffa’s contribution to the Venice Biennale in 2019 is OUTLAND. An audio-visual piece inspired by The Odyssey, a story... Read More
A pointed index finger can mean many things. It can direct our attention to something, show us which way to go,... Read More
My work centres on the co-existence of dualities. It treads blurred borders and investigates uncertain divides between opposing poles. It... Read More