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Eye See You: Privacy & Consent In Public Spaces

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock As is obvious, the life of a musician in the public eye can rise to levels of fame unimaginable; to the point in which often the musicians themselves can barely cope. Finding oneself in the spotlight may be a blessing, a curse or a combination of

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Hype; the sweetest blessing or the most insidious of poison. I’ve spoken before regarding the ways in which hype can ultimately create immense amount of pressure on musicians; how without really being sure what we want to hear, we tend to hurt our own enjoyment of

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Music is known as a universal language; a means to communicate that any earthling can understand, regardless of individual responses – whether we like the actual music or not, we know that someone is trying to say something to us, and that determines our response. For

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock An inevitable part of life; the end of it. The loss of someone’s presence, their tangible existence within this world – a feeling so heartbreaking it is felt on a universal level, unfortunately relatable to all. Loss presents itself in many ways; whether that be family

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Image Credit: Brendan O’Connor Within all spaces of the media world, as is continuously proven; the public’s perception of a womxn’s physical appearance (as in general situations) always goes as such – one would assume, that a womxn’s physical appearance when putting herself out there as

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock In all forms of media, when an artists breaks through into the mainstream and their name becomes public knowledge as their media is consumed more and more, we find ourselves associating the artist(s) with a specific style. Whether it be animators and game developers who have

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Within our turbulent political climate, it’s beautifully refreshing to see so many music venues and organisers adhering to their obligations as they work toward making their spaces safe for all. Unfortunately, this cannot be stated overall – however the growth of organizers evolving and taking full

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Ambience is the immerse of emotion; the essence of human existence. Swirling around us at all times as we bury ourselves further into the expression of ourselves, and the way in which we experience our fragile human lives – ambience, in its intricate shroud, is able

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Image Credit: Leland Bobbé For many of us, expressing our true selves in the face of adversity can be an absolutely terrifying prospect – especially when it comes to breaking away from the gender-norms that have been so insidiously ingrained in us since birth. When I speak

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock We all have preconceived notions regarding countries around the world and assumptions of their residents; this is something we certainly cannot deny, especially if we have never visited or lived in those countries ourselves. We are only really ‘informed’ via news stations or fiction we see

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