A few years ago, Anne Kjær Riechert began asking children to draw their dreams. It has turned into a surprisingly insightful way to visualize kids' minds and psyche.
Icelandic performance artist Ragnar Kjartanssons works are demonstrations of how thin the dividing line between happiness and sorrow can be. We talked to him about bodies in art and the symphony of life.
Italian photographer Claudia Cuomo is making sure instant photography sticks around in the digital age.
Do you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be?
Amanda Feilding once drilled a hole in her skull to broaden her consciousness. Today, she is a leading advocate for the use of psychedelics to cure mental illnesses. She told us why LSD is...
The story of a musical genius, made at a crossroads one night