Articles by Andrew Dickson
Andrew Dickson / January 25, 2020
The energy required to construct and run buildings is responsible for nearly 40 per cent of global carbon emissions. Can the green-architecture boom slow the tide?
The potter reflects on how art can change the world
Now 78, Atwood has acquired near-symbolic status: somewhere between a soothsayer, a standard-bearer, an internet celebrity, and a diagnostician of the body politic
Andrew Dickson / November 12, 2017
Twenty years ago the Guggenheim put Bilbao on the map. But can art really transform a city?
Andrew Dickson / September 8, 2017
The playwright opens up about Jeremy Corbyn, local politics—and why he's finding it so hard to set a drama in Number 10
Alexievich's ear for the testimony of war and hardship made her a Nobel laureate. In a rare interview, she reveals how she marries the craft of journalism with the novelist's art
Andrew Dickson / November 15, 2016
The question of "trans" is at the heart of a new culture war. But if we look at the box office history...