Jacob BadcockJacob is a final-year History student at the University of Warwick. After graduation, Jacob is moving on to study for a Masters in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art. An old man well before his years, when Jacob isn’t spending his evenings sipping red-wine and reading, he is listening to Bob Dylan and keeping tabs on the football scores. Jacob is interested in conceptual art, impressionism, minimalism, the avant-garde, jazz, folk music, poetry, novels and philosophy. He is particularly interested in the ways Eastern and Western philosophy interact with one another and is currently writing his dissertation on the works of composer John Cage.

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