Interview with Fariha Róisín

Loving is difficult, especially when we are coming from a place where we never learned how to love ourselves. It’s her pilgrimage toward this act that writer and activist Fariha Róisín leverages for the purpose of healing, exemplifying the power of transformation.

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Fashion Trend Report: Wool

Gone will be the notions of an inferior form as throughout this year laps of fresh-off-the beast wool will be pomped and draped over the heads of the sceptics and subsequently take us back to a time best remembered by senior citizens.

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Rebecca Ackroyd’s 100mph

Rebecca Ackroyd’s second solo exhibition at Peres Projects, 100mph, delves deeper into her personal dream psyche. Acrkoyd establishes her narrative of random association- feminine forms and sanitized drain covers sit next to one another in discord but interact, poetically, sinisterly, to create a sensual and unsettling landscape.

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Premiere: Tex Crick’s Peaches & Cream

We’re happy to premiere the new single and video “Peaches & Cream” from artist Tex Crick today, off his forthcoming debut Live In…New York City. Hailing from the small coastal Australian town Coledale, Crick brings his humble, sweet sound to the blustering big Apple. The…

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Interview with Natasha Stagg

Natasha Stagg is a prophet. Before the term “influencer” was common parlance, there was her 2016 book, Surveys, which tracked the main character’s attempt to aesthetically brand her life. With the passing of time, we have come to see this narrative as an early prediction of our bizarre relationship to social media, and how our dependence on it has shaped individual identities and culture at large.

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Notes on Entropy

“Notes on Entropy,” currently on view at Arcadia Missa focuses on the entropy as a constructive process that destabilizes capitalist ways of thinking, i.e. embracing things that are non-useful, even disorienting.

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Azadeh Elmizadeh’s Subtle Bodies

There’s an irony underneath Elmizadeh’s paintings. The vague compositions are taken from paintings on the opposite side of the spectrum, miniature paintings that are so complex and detailed that they’re sometimes painted with a single hair from a squirrel.

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Interview with Marlowe Granados

Interview by Emma Cohen Oysters, a bouquet of lilies, bright silk. Beautiful things usually invoke a class status. But acquiring these things through roundabout means—a dinner invitation, a slip into an exclusive party, a thank you gift—allow their consumer to see these objects for what…

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Halloween Special: DecameronTV

To celebrate our favourite holiday this year we joined forces with Red Bull Arts to bring you videos from artists whose practices both commemorate and complicate the spirit of Halloween. Using ghosts, monsters, costumes and the uncanny as strategies to remember the faithfully and unfaithfully departed, disinterring themes of family, colonialism, camp, and terror.

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