Amalia Picaplease listen hurry others speak better The catalogue please listen hurry others speak better accompanies solo exhibitions by Amalia Pica at three venues: The artist raises questions of mutual understanding through constructing forums that address shared experience. Babette MangolteSelected Writings, — A single black and white photograph taken by Babette Mangolte has come to epitomize New York's downtown art scene of the s. Perhaps It Is Time for a Xeno-architecture to Match documents a conversation series from January to March that explored what an intervention of the xeno might bring to bear on contemporary and future infra structure.
It was extraordinary to use the material that I had researched for a novel and write it as a "straight" history. I also wrote the foreword to this collection of three historical essays about the women that have come to fascinate me: Henry VI takes the throne in and begins his long reign of England through some of its most turbulent times including Joan of Arc's mission and beginning of The Wars of the Roses - though at the time it was known as The Cousins' War as the feuding families of York and Lancaster fought for power and position.
There was a chapter in a PhD thesis, and one essay. And yet this is the mother and grandmother of queens of England, and a major player at both royal courts of Lancaster and York.
I found her to be utterly fascinating, and I hope that historians go on to research her life in detail. England is in the midst of the Hundred Years' War in France, however life in England is peaceful for most.
Sensing an opportunity to overthrow the weakened House of Lancaster, the House of York led by Richard Duke of York claim a stronger link to the throne.
This rivalry brings about a series of devastating battles which would come to be known as The Wars of The Roses and would turn neighbour against neighbour, cousin against cousin. The Hundred Years' War comes to an end in France and England is defeated, losing all of her territory except for Calais.
News of defeat drives King Henry into an unresponsive stupor. His wife, the despised Margaret of Anjou, cannot keep control and their great rival Richard Duke of York becomes Protector of the Realm.
England is in limbo: Meanwhile a third potential line of succession is emerging from the agreed marriage of the newly ennobled Edmund Tudor Earl of Richmond to the child heiress Margaret Beaufort.
The series opens in and the circumstances of the novels are authentic history but the characters are completely invented and their adventures are imaginary.
This gives me a chance to be more novelist than historian and I have loved this series and the way that the completely fictional characters are free to develop. Despite this growing focus on intellectual curiosity, there remains a strong loyalty to the Catholic Church and belief in magic, mysticism and superstition is rife.
In order to retain its control, the Church must identify which phenomena can be rationally explained and which may really be magic. This series is set in the fifteenth century, during the rapid expansion of the Ottoman Empire into Europe.
They brought with them the Arab learning in maths, science, medicine and astronomy. For the resident Christians, this was thought to signal the end of the world and the Pope named all non-Christians enemies of the true faith.
In this time of great fear and superstition our fictional travellers have been recruited by the Order of Darkness, a Christian group tasked with investigating and reporting on the signs of the end of days.
In Dark Tracks, the group have reached Austria, where they are confronted with the reality of medieval antisemitism. People have begun to dance, endlessly and without stopping. They are constantly joined by new dancers, like a plague spreading from one person to next.
The villagers are terrified of becoming dancers themselves, believing they have been possessed by demons. This unexplainable phenomenon must be investigated and the truth discovered.
Are these people truly possessed, or is there some kind of rational explanation to explain why people are literally dancing themselves to their deaths? When I started to look at her there was only one reliable biography, by historian David Baldwin, and it was on his biography and my own research that I based this first book in the series that has gone on to be a major BBC TV series.
The old king Henry VI and his wife Margaret of Anjou have escaped to Scotland and the Lancastrian armies have been decimated by the York forces at the Battle of Towton - the bloodiest ever fought on English soil. England has a new king on the throne: Edward IV of the House of York - young, handsome and daring.
It's a story about ambition and the price that has to be paid. Warwick believed that he would be in a position to rule England through Edward; when he could not, he began to look elsewhere for power and used his daughters Isabel and Anne to create new alliances.
I love this book so much. To her horror she finds her throne is threatened by a young man who is claiming to be her brother Richard, missing from the Tower of London. Half of England sides with the young man against the usurping Tudor, what should Elizabeth do?
I think this is probably one of the most complex historical novels I have ever written - the merging of the personal and the political is very intense, and the blending of the historical research and the imagined psychologies has been a great joy.
Raised in exile in Brittany and having taken the throne with a French and Scottish force, Henry had neither the easy popularity nor the longstanding political allegiances of the House of York.
As a result, he had to face repeated rebellions and threats to his throne. I was fascinated by her background, I travelled to Granada to see for myself her childhood home, the beautiful Alhambra palace, and I became certain that the young woman that she became was far more interesting and active than the picture we have of her of the 'old woman' that would be replaced by the 'young mistress'.
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