Artist Marjetica Potrč's 'The Invisible Lunch' Attempts to Reenvision Public Space
Fresh fruit and radical thoughts at the Slovenian-born artist's one-day installation at the New Museum's Ideas City Festival.
Public Swimming Pools Are Even More Disgusting Than You Thought
Not only are they filled with other peoples' sweat and pee, but a new study found that pool water contains traces of insect repellant, pharmaceutical drugs and other chemicals.
The Shopping Centre Opposite Westfield Has Become a Weird 24-Hour Haven for London's Skate Subculture
Westfield can keep its late-night casinos. In its shadow is The Stratford Centre, a modest 90s shopping precinct that, by night, becomes home to not just the homeless, but an army of young skaters.