It’s Nice That Presents “A Load of Jargon”

During this year’s London Design Festival, creative inspiration publication It’s Nice That will be taking control of The Conran Shop’s windows and presenting their “A Load of Jargon” exhibition—”an installation that celebrates industry buzzwords.” From all your favorites to plenty of pet peeves (“blue sky thinking” to “disruptive content”) the exhibition promises to be immersive and entertaining. With five original artworks, the program will also …

(dis)location

Photographer Filip Dujardin's solo exhibit blurs the line between architectural fact and fiction

With his wonderfully imaginative architectural “photomontages,” artist Filip Dujardin addresses questions of what might have been and what’s still to come. Pulling solely from his extensive archive of his own photographs of buildings, urban spaces and landscapes, the Belgian artist dissects and meticulously reassembles images—with the assistance of computer retouching—to create an augmented reality of near-believable structures in bizarrely complementary environments. Dujardin’s second solo exhibition …

Radio Ambulante

The new Spanish show that is overhauling Latin-American radio

In just a year Radio Ambulante went from being simply an idea of acclaimed Peruvian author Daniel Alarcón and cross-cultural consultant Carolina Guerrero, to a distinct program that broadcasts surprising and engaging stories for Spanish-language listeners around the world. To glean more insight about their thought-provoking podcast, we check in with Alarcón, who tells us about teaching their audience how to listen, their upcoming benefit …