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Celebrating the importance of culture and place

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Lindsay Issue No. 4

In Issue No. 4 we meet Nigerian-born artist Toyin Ojih Odutola, Indigenous Australian Elders Uncle Bob Smith and Aunty Caroline Bradshaw, and Palestinian-American chef and artist Amanny Ahmad. We peer inside the Parisian ateliers Lesage and Lemarié, muse over the history European chair design and celebrate the colourful woodblocks of Japanese artist Awazu Kiyoshi. And we venture along Morocco’s Honey Highway, get lost in the markets of Oaxaca and discover the favours of Ghana.

Turning Spaces into Pieces of Music with Nicolas Godin

Sam Bonham speaks with Nicolas Godin—one half of French band Air—about the dance between visual and auditory, sound and space, as he writes the work of Le Corbusier into a single track.

Morocco: a Land of Vibrant Fragments

Barcelona based duo—photographer Olga de la Iglesia and writer Vincenzo Angileri—weave together a colourful and narrative autobiography of Morocco.

Wong Kar-wai’s Cinematic Muse, Hong Kong, Shines in ‘In the Mood for Love’

Max Hayward walks us through Wong Kar-wai's dizzying portrait of a man and a woman living in a ramshackle Hong Kong neighbourhood in—what has been granted time and time again—one of the best films ever made.

Joan Didion: Living and Writing Between L.A. and New York City

As a documentary on one of America’s most prolific writers makes its way to the big screen, Heidi Harrington-Johnson reflects on the life of Joan Didion—a woman who lived in, understood, and eloquently wrote about two of America’s most revered cities.

Lohikeitto: Finnish Salmon Soup

A hearty winter warmer courtesy of one of the oldest restaurants in Helsinki. Serving traditional Finnish cuisine, the food at the Sea Horse mirrors the country’s landscape, where fresh fish from local lakes serve as a staple in many dishes.

From Lyttelton, New Zealand, to the Big Time; the World is Marlon Williams’s Amphitheatre

Pre-world tour, Marlon Williams speaks with Ghita Loebenstein about his Māori heritage, the Gram Parsons CD that lured him to country music, and the familiar smell of the Christchurch air.

Editorial / Malaysia

“We filled small plastic packets with sweets, melon seeds and preserved plums, limes and ginger, and sealed these by candle.”

Koh Yeuan Tyng on growing up in a Kuala Lumpur shophouse

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Lindsay Issue No. 4

In Issue No. 4 we meet Nigerian-born artist Toyin Ojih Odutola, Indigenous Australian Elders Uncle Bob Smith and Aunty Caroline Bradshaw, and Palestinian-American chef and artist Amanny Ahmad. We peer inside the Parisian ateliers Lesage and Lemarié, muse over the history European chair design and celebrate the colourful woodblocks of Japanese artist Awazu Kiyoshi. And we venture along Morocco’s Honey Highway, get lost in the markets of Oaxaca and discover the favours of Ghana.