What is Open Data?

Georgie is worried about what is happening to our personal information on the internet, Dallas thinks he’s spending too much time on social networking sites.  Sound familiar?  If so, take a look at this episode of The Silicone Roundabout a film by Gordon Beswick and Cedar Lewisohn.

Pies in the Sky

Cedar Lewisohn’s recent work trip/holiday to Sydney was filled with new taste experiences. From curry pies to wallaby tails, he definitely got to the bottom of the local cuisine, washing it all down with Tasmanian whisky and wine, and wine-ot? After a hellish 23-hour flight from Heathrow, the first thing that welcomed me to Australia…

Black Honey

I was recently invited to participate in a two-week rural B.residency in Wellingore, near Grantham. I had planned to make a series of drawings and some wood carvings. In the end, the written word seemed the most appropriate form to capture what I saw during my time in the British countryside. Below is an account…

Homage to Fromage

Cedar Lewisohn continues his journey into the art and food crossover in Bermondsey, and finds that, when it comes to cheese, its a feta-accompli. It’s 8am on a drizzly Tuesday in London. I’m at Bermondsey tube station. No, I’m not here to write a report on the latest South London commuter trends, I’m here for the love…

Juice Cafe

Consuming Passion

On a recent trip to São Paulo Cedar Lewisohn takes time out to visit South America’s star chef Alex Atala, taking in some groovy juice bars along the way. The first thing I did a er arriving in São Paulo was hit the nearest juice bar, just off one of the main roads in the…

The Art of Food

Cedar Lewisohn meets his culinary hero – star Catalonian chef Ferran Adrià, and finds that food transcends all language barriers. I was lying in bed, paying my rent … when a message popped into my inbox. The interview is on. Today, 2 o’clock. If anything could get me out of bed, it was this; a…

Canal Knowledge

Decades of unauthorized creative activity alongside London’s waterways have created an ever-changing, al fresco ‘art gallery’ which is now as ineluctable a part of the city’s canals as the narrowboats which putter along them. This summer, The Canals Project, curated by Cedar Lewisohn, aims to shine a spotlight on this area with a series of new works…