Perspective: The Real Potential of our Digital Dreaming

Internet Age Media’s Andrés Colmenares argues that the internet can be used to redistribute power – if we harness the potential of imagined utopias

Photographer Stella Asia Consonni follows Nothing on their US tour

Check out a selection of 35mm shots from the London photographer’s upcoming photo-book, To Anyone Who’s Ever Lost Someone To The Side Of The Road

Films of the Year 2016

10 of our favourite cinema releases from the last 12 months

The Virtual Darkness of Lawrence Lek‘s Imagined Future

When I join Lawrence Lek at his studio in Hackney Wick, I feel welcomed into…

Carmel Koster discusses Shrine ahead of its debut at Illuminations festival

Carmel Koster is very busy. She’s a choreographer who draws from a flourishing diversity of…

Nicolas and Alfredo Jaar‘s intuitive alliance

The organising principle behind Nicolas Jaar’s work is to fight against logic, and the logics…

Take a look inside Ladybeard‘s new Mind issue

Ladybeard have just launched their Mind issue. Inside they encourage open ended discussion on mental health. Georgina Jones meets the team to find out more

Stay Cool:
Calm & Collected

The duo behind art and design practice Calm & Collected shun the furious scrolling of internet trends to embrace the IRL pleasures of their Peckham base

Making shapes with Björk and VR

Ruby Lott-Lavigna explores Björk’s continuing relationship with virtual reality and cutting-edge technology

Björk collaborator Andrew Thomas Huang threads together the symbolism of dreams

Throughout the abstract visions and characters he creates, the LA filmmaker mines the reality-distorting potential of the dream state

Made You Look: Ekow Eshun explores the history of the black dandy

Radically stylish, magnificently subversive and timelessly provocative – the Made You Look photography exhibition explores the many incarnations of black dandyism

Reconsidering punk: how women are rewriting punk’s timeline

Female revolutionaries have long been excluded from the mainstream punk dialogue. How can we reconsider history and set the story straight?

Recent Arts:
Sound and Vision

Ahead of their stellar shows at Berlin Atonal, we catch up with artist duo Recent Arts to find out why they’re casting their inspirations skywards this year

NON Worldwide 
give power to
marginalised voices

The cross-discipline collective share fearless statements of resistance and revolution with Niloufar Haidari

Wolfgang Tillmans adjusts his focus in search of truth

A recent defence of an EU-inclusive Britain has only deepened the allure of one of the most respected figures in photography. In a studio that has hosted countless iconic images, he speaks passionately with Augustin Macellari

Tyler Mitchell: Analogue Exposure

Tyler Mitchell is the 20-year-old photographer behind our June cover with RnB auteur Abra. Read our Q+A with the rising star now

Welcome to Planet Luke: home to the raw artwork of
Luca Lozano

Welcome to Planet Luke, where Klasse Recordings boss Luca Lozano creates intentionally crude artwork to match his labels’ gnarly sounds

Baroness is putting female deviants
back in control

Take a sideways look at sexuality with Baroness, an erotic magazine created with the female gaze firmly in mind

Illustrating heartbreak: the candid art of
Matt Dickson

By sharing the worst of his breakup via a series of stark portraits, Matt Dickson is shunning sheeny social media in favour of unapologetic authenticity

The apocalyptic anxiety of
Thomson & Craighead’s
Party Booby Trap

In the midst of Trump-fuelled anxiety, Thomson and Craighead’s dread-mapping exhibition feels highly potent. We explore the genesis of the gloom

Subverting stale, pale, male publishing with Orlando

We speak to Philomena Epps of ‘Orlando’, an ambitious culture zine aiming to provide something new to an already crowded publishing landscape

Public Image:
A conversation
with veteran
Dennis Morris

We caught up with Dennis Morris to talk PiL, his new ICA exhibition and modern malaise

Progressive Publishing:
Is This a Golden
Era for Female-Focused Zines?

Step into the world of Mushpit, Cuntry Living, Polyester and OOMK, where zine creators reclaim culture and identity from the grips of capitalism

BabyFace work on their own terms

Claire Burman and Nellie Eden have set up an all-girl collective and creative agency, pulling focus on women who are excelling in their respective fields

Maisie Cousins:
Raw Beauty

What is “feminist art”? Georgina Jones talks to the Tate-exhibited Maisie Cousins who’s informing how to feel our femininity with gross-out elegance

Jimmy Cauty: Sustained Resistance

Legendary ex-KLF member Jimmy Cauty talks us through his enigmatic career and newest work depicting an all-too-familiar society turned on its head

Ivars Gravlejs’ Photography Offers Mischief as a Lifeline

Latvian artist and all-round troublemaker Ivars Gravlejs talks to Augustin Macellari about institutional boredom and the subversive potential of vulgarity

Thomas Yeomans: Ecstatic Awe

Thomas Yeomans is an artist working primarily in moving image

Bill Kouligas
creates some of the underground’s most engrossing artwork

We speak to Bill Kouligas, the art director behind PAN’s sharply focused aesthetic and futuristic vision

Masayoshi Sukita’s photographs of David Bowie

Nobody captured Bowie’s spirit of liberal self-expression better than Japan’s Masayoshi Sukita