Art

To end neoliberalism, we have to 'stop everything we do'
Zines

To end neoliberalism, we have to 'stop everything we do'

In 1981 Chris Carlsson co-founded ‘Processed World’ – a radical zine that foresaw the dystopian direction society was headed in. Here, he talks about its impact, his hopes for the future, and how stupid most jobs are.

Written by: Becca Warner

Rage and revolution: the exhibition preserving Britain's punk past
Music

Rage and revolution: the exhibition preserving Britain's punk past

The organisers behind a new show at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery tell us about the importance of celebrating cultural heritage, and what punk means today.

Written by: Jak Hutchcraft

'It's an artistry' – the new show celebrating MILFs
Art

'It's an artistry' – the new show celebrating MILFs

An immersive exhibition by Molly Wurwand explores the power, aesthetics and queerness of the MILF.

Written by: Isaac Muk

The artist who predicted social media in the '70s
Film

The artist who predicted social media in the '70s

A new documentary from Amanda Kim explores the life and work of Nam June Paik, the 'father of video art’ whose ideas about global connectivity and mass media are relevant now more than ever.

Written by: Zoe Whitfield

The collective turning London’s empty buildings into art spaces
Art

The collective turning London’s empty buildings into art spaces

SET are fighting back against gentrification and soaring real estate values to give 1,000 artists space to create, transforming disused office blocks, warehouses and shops into non-profit community studios.

Written by: Emma Russell

In photos: the golden age of New York City's graffiti scene
Art

In photos: the golden age of New York City's graffiti scene

Photographing works everywhere from subway cars in Brooklyn to buildings in The Bronx, Martha Cooper immortalises an often overlooked art form in its 1980's heyday.

Written by: Miss Rosen

How Nan Goldin took on the Sacklers and changed history
Film

How Nan Goldin took on the Sacklers and changed history

Filmmaker Laura Poitras discusses her new documentary which traces the remarkable life of the artist-activist and the impact of her battle against the US opioid crisis.

Written by: Shelley Jones

The digital artists fighting back against AI
Art

The digital artists fighting back against AI

AI companies that develop image-generators using copyrighted artwork from the internet are coming under fire from artists who say that it amounts to theft.

Written by: Georgina Findlay

SAMO® mastermind Al Diaz on the evolution of NYC graffiti
Art

SAMO® mastermind Al Diaz on the evolution of NYC graffiti

The first-generation graffiti artist reflects on the tagging’s emergence as an art form and the players who pushed the medium forward.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Photos capturing the UK’s airbrushed truck scene
Photography

Photos capturing the UK’s airbrushed truck scene

Freddie Miller describes documenting the unique, elaborate style of the airbrushed trucking scene, as well as the people who often spend painstaking amounts of money and time ensuring their vehicles are sprayed to perfection.

Written by: Isaac Muk

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