Author: - The Reykjavik Grapevine

Get #Gibberese!

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Reykjavík artist hits Queensland this monthEver wondered how languages relate to the environments in which they’re uttered? Do you tweet?…

How To Manage A Conservation Conversation

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A one-act play about community communicationTHE PLAYERS The Corporation The Farmers The Friends The Locals The Nature The Narrator The…

Pushing A9ainst

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‘Ge9n’ (“A9ainst”) surveys many pressing and intertwined social, economic, and environmental concerns needing in-depth and interdisciplinary re-evaluation now. Yes, now….

Do You Read Me?

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Everyday, we face a constant interaction with our internal and external environments that requires of us one hyperawesome skill: LITER-ACY….

Transaquania: A Breath of Fresh Air

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Breath. What is not seen? What is taken for granted? What is repressed? What, through years of neglect, vanishes as…

Fashion, Eruption, Aggression, And A Whole Lotta Fuzz

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Hours after a volcanic fissure ruptured in Fimmvörðuháls on the vernal equinox, Canadian electro-glam star Peaches erupted onto NASA’s stage…

NASA – Saturday

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I have no idea why I missed Jónas Sigurðsson & Malbikið Svífur’s set. OK. I know. I overslept. A lot….

Iðnó – Friday

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Iðnó’s concert hall crackled loudly with its first musician. Multitasker Matthew Collings mixed and looped a mélange of vibrant bass…

Kaffibarinn – Thursday (off-venue)

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When I feel, my words muddle and press, compress, express. First: Puzzle Muteson. Warm, muffled folk. Bodies reclined on stairs,…

Fríkirkjan – Thursday

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Most languages in the world are comprised of both a visual and an aural component, so it was with intrigue…