Drawings

Man in his Own Image

Consciousness is no longer simple instinct. It has been pushed into a liminal space where it is held precariously and dangerously between self-image and intrinsic human desire.

METAFICTION IN VIDEOGAMES

For good or ill, I have become somewhat obsessed with the idea of metafiction.

Dead Wait

Framing Words

Hunter’s Moon

Me and the Moth

Artwork by Graphicspunk

A RE-THEORY OF REMIX LIT: “YOU MUST LOOK THINGS/ IN THE BELLY, NOT IN THE EYE.”

Cover image by Graphicspunk

Remix, another uncreative practice, is the fragmentation and sampling of material. It is more commonly identified with the musical development in the 1990s, but literature has been sampling material since the early 20th century.

Playing Cards

QUICKSAND (REMIX) FT. NELLA LARSEN

Artwork by Graphicspunk

Summons

Artwork by Fabienne Jenny Jacquet

Satellite & Other Works

Distorted

Untitled (Butcher Boys)

FUCK OFF, PLEASE. THANK YOU.

Paintings by Anuar Khalifi

The concept of offence is particularly difficult to define; it is so subjective that it’s a bit strange that we actually have just the one word for it.

Willingly I-Impart My Things, Not Not-Willingly I-Accept Better Ones

Agnes Martin at the Tate Modern

A Seek For The Ratio

Artwork by Alexis Duque

Twice In Quick Succession

Paintings

Ai am the Man

Often his artwork is not premeditated or planned; rather it springs out of a current and spontaneous state of mind, and is often in response to situation. Ai’s artwork takes him into the realm of political activism.

Selfish Tourism

Our desire to move is reflected in the gap year-culture and the fast-growing tourism industry, especially that of nature-based tourism. Globally, we are becoming increasingly unrestful: perpetually displaced and in search of ‘destination’.

An Artist in a Censored World

As a race we are imbued with the primal instinct to survive and protect ourselves. Yet for female artists such as the definitive 20th Century painter Frida Kahlo, and our own generation’s Rapi Kaur and Petra Collins, this instinct goes beyond base survival.

Patterns of Slavery

RIBA: PALLADIAN DESIGN

Last week we visited the Victoria and Albert to meet Vicky Wilson, a curator of RIBA’s current exhibition on Palladian Design, and Marie Bak Mortensen, Head of Exhibitions at RIBA, to chat to them about RIBA, Palladio, young people, and all things architectural.