Once derided by Albert Einstein as “spooky action at a distance”, entanglement demonstrates how some particles are so deeply linked that observing one has an effect on the other, even though they may be separated widely. Photograph: AP Photo/File

Thousands of years ago people made up stories to explain the world. Myths describing the changing seasons often became dogma, morphing into religion. (...)

Bernard McDonnell as Hugo the Bashful in Silent Moves

You run into trouble as soon as you start labelling art: women’s art, queer art, outsider art, disability art, deaf art . . . The problem is th(...)

Norwegian wood: the pulp-press pavilion and projection wall at Kistefos Museum and Sculpture Park

When a paper mill beside a Norwegian river folded after 100 years, in the 1950s, the founder’s great-grandson bought it back and turned it into a m(...)