logistical mysteries

Let’s talk about producing art. Forget about the rationale behind why one might make art for a minute, or even what that art might look like. Let’s look at the basics of how one might do so. Producing art takes

logistical mysteries

Let’s talk about producing art. Forget about the rationale behind why one might make art for a minute, or even what that art might look like. Let’s look at the basics of how one might do so. Producing art takes

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ISSUE #3: lived cosmopolitanisms in western asia, edited by ajam media collective

We’re super excited for the launch of our third guest edited issue! This time it’s from the marvellous Ajam Media Collective. The editors take us through constructions, appropriations, as well as lived experiences of cosmopolitanism in Western Asia—namely Palestine, the

ISSUE #3: lived cosmopolitanisms in western asia, edited by ajam media collective

We’re super excited for the launch of our third guest edited issue! This time it’s from the marvellous Ajam Media Collective. The editors take us through constructions, appropriations, as well as lived experiences of cosmopolitanism in Western Asia—namely Palestine, the

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the funeral ceremonies of the cyborgs

This essay is a re-writing of “The Funeral Ceremonies of the Parsees,” by Jivanji Jamshedji Modi, originally read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, on September 30, 1891, a fair-use of that content for creative literary aims. To those of

the funeral ceremonies of the cyborgs

This essay is a re-writing of “The Funeral Ceremonies of the Parsees,” by Jivanji Jamshedji Modi, originally read before the Anthropological Society of Bombay, on September 30, 1891, a fair-use of that content for creative literary aims. To those of

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mini-archiving the old world order: venice’s architecture biennale

Israel is next to the United States of America, which is next to an ice-cream stand. The United Arab Emirates squeezes between Argentina and South Africa. Chile is a pink-walled living room belonging to pensioner Silvia Gutiérrez. China sprawls beyond

mini-archiving the old world order: venice’s architecture biennale

Israel is next to the United States of America, which is next to an ice-cream stand. The United Arab Emirates squeezes between Argentina and South Africa. Chile is a pink-walled living room belonging to pensioner Silvia Gutiérrez. China sprawls beyond

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the drawing of the war of streets and houses

One can talk or write about architecture, but sometimes it is just easier to draw it. I’m not very good at drawing. I’m much better with words. But I still draw, because there are things that need to be pictured

the drawing of the war of streets and houses

One can talk or write about architecture, but sometimes it is just easier to draw it. I’m not very good at drawing. I’m much better with words. But I still draw, because there are things that need to be pictured

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user style: angela washko

User Style is set of interviews which introduce different figures, exploring how they function as users, and the way network/digital culture impacts their lifestyles and work..Angela Washko, artist, writer, archivist, gamer and soon to be figurehead of her own TV

user style: angela washko

User Style is set of interviews which introduce different figures, exploring how they function as users, and the way network/digital culture impacts their lifestyles and work..Angela Washko, artist, writer, archivist, gamer and soon to be figurehead of her own TV

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ghosts on a train

Spoiler warning: this essay contains spoilers for trains, Snowpiercer, capitalism, and this essay. Standing on the platform, the passenger idly turns over the ticket clutched in a dirty, callused hand. On the reverse is the fine print. It reads: We

ghosts on a train

Spoiler warning: this essay contains spoilers for trains, Snowpiercer, capitalism, and this essay. Standing on the platform, the passenger idly turns over the ticket clutched in a dirty, callused hand. On the reverse is the fine print. It reads: We

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