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Google Arts & Culture and BBC Arts tackle some of life's most unanswerable questions
Answering the unanswerable questions
Meet the six artists who are giving it a shot
What does it mean to be British?
Sarah Maple Questions What it Means to be British
Find out what being “British” really means to the artist
Exploring British Identity Through Art
Visual artist Sarah Maple explores what it means to be British through the Google Arts & Culture archive
Do I have free will?
Does Jamiel Laurence Think We Have Free Will?
Whether we do or whether we don't, the choreographer investigates
Were These Images Chosen With Free Will?
Dancer and choreographer Jamiel Laurence puts the notion of free will to the test
Is there anybody out there?
Salena Godden Asks If Anybody Is Out There
The poet thinks about what exists beyond our world
Is There Any Art Out There?
Poet Salena Godden explores the question “Is there anybody out there?” through the Google Arts & Culture archive
What is love?
What is Love, According to Andy Holden
Is love really all you need?
What Can We Learn From Art About Love
Artist Andy Holden uses art to question the meanings behind this affectionate emotion
What if I fall?
Runyararo Mapfumo Confronts Our Fears of Falling
The film director opens up about success and failure
Creating a Character Through Images
Film director Runyararo Mapfumo explores her fictional character of ‘Sensational Simmy’ through the Google Arts & Culture archive
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