Zsuzsanna Ardó is an Arts Council Award-winning visual artist, curator, writer, and the founder of Creatives without Borders. Learn more about her work at www.ardo.org
A litmus test of images of Britain in the mind
When drawing a portrait of Britain today with 25 international artists, how does Brexit fit in?
Who are you – identity vortex
Are you more than a confluence of time and space? One poet's reflections on the meaning and role of identity today.
Polar self Portraits
Shimmering, calving, evolving. A new art project seeks to connect people with the climate change surrounding them.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryThe calm before the storm
Creatives without Borders explores the triangular history of Africa, Europe and America, discovering much that was...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?The paradox of ethnic homogeneity - a Hungarian example
Hungarian nationalists have been trying to promote the idea that we are an "ethnically homogenous" people - an idea...