After birth- to work or not to work
The birth edition, Issue 02
Fluctuating hormones, physical changes as well as sleep deprivation are just a few of the twists and turns of the roller coaster that is motherhood. In the modern world, many neo-mothers are also faced with the decision of whether to go back to work or not. But how do they decide?
Knowing that this is a very short and precious window that her children will soon outgrow, makes her appreciate this time even more. She makes it a point to be there for each milestone and give her boys the necessary sense of belonging and foundation on which, ‘they can go and battle the world’.
Read the full article in our magazine – The birth edition
Text by: Maria Giulia Pace
Visuals: Justine Ellul
Dev Dhunsi, a Norwegian-Indian multidisciplinary artist and photographer based in Stockholm is currently presenting his inaugural solo exhibition at MELK, Oslo. “Encircling Stories” features images captured during Dhunsi’s seven-year exploration, spanning from Punjab to Goa, traversing diverse regions of India by train. The exhibition reveals evolving relationships with land, highlighting the complexities of a region undergoing agricultural challenges, monoculture threats, and dispossession.
Charleston Lewes is currently hosting Through the Joy of the Senses an exhibition by contemporary artist Jonathan Baldock. The solo show explores Baldock’s fascination with sculptural form, craft traditions, and folklore. The selection resonates with Lewes’s historical and cultural context, weaving a narrative inspired by the town’s rich folklore, myths, and legends.
Challenging traditional design norms, RAPA Architects have designed a unique architectural project located in Tihany, Hungary. The concept revolves around the design of a contemporary vacation home with a thatched roof and a traditional longhouse contour.