Chaigaram takes the healing power of tea to form a warm relationship between refugees and Londoners.
Posts byOlivia Broome
The co-founder of German electronic music giants Kraftwerk files a lawsuit over a new charging device with the same name.
Advances being made towards tattoo removal could mean a new hassle-free solution, or a product that will never make it onto the market.
Welcome to a world where people taste words, see music, and visualise auras.
A theatrical explosion of raunchy dancing and abstract sound, FKA Twigs and her crew are a visual treat if you’re lucky enough to see it.
Looking for a summer escape? Here’s Artefact‘s selection of forest music festivals around Europe this summer.
NASA is a huge step closer to launching a mission in the mid–2020s to investigate whether there’s water on Europa.
Documentary photographer Carl Bigmore talks to Artefact about the American Dream, the Pacific Northwest, and being a whale.
Dinging at Hutong is reminiscent of eating at an imperial Chinese palace except it is in Western Europe’s tallest building
Emily Bell tells the audience at the 2015 Cudlipp lecture that the digital world still needs the skills of print journalism.
The power to call out hoax stories and clickbait on Facebook now lies in our hands.
If you have, you’ve probably been yet another victim of satirical news websites.
Luxury clubs vs the underdogs: how the fight is on to keep Geneva’s underground clubbing scene alive.
The cool alternative opera experience.