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Technologies Are Not Neutral: Theo Anthony Interviewed by Conor Williams
A young white boy wearing solar protective glasses looks up at the solar eclipse while holding a popsicle. He sits among a swath of empty, yellow, plastic stadium seating which fill the frame of the image.

Investigating the bias of vision, unnerving advances in surveillance, and the sociopolitical consequences of a changing digital landscape.

Technologies Are Not Neutral: Theo Anthony Interviewed by Conor Williams
A young white boy wearing solar protective glasses looks up at the solar eclipse while holding a popsicle. He sits among a swath of empty, yellow, plastic stadium seating which fill the frame of the image.

Investigating the bias of vision, unnerving advances in surveillance, and the sociopolitical consequences of a changing digital landscape.

On Animal Empathy: Viktor Kossakovsky’s Gunda Reviewed by Conor Williams
black and white film still showing a closeup of a mother pig nuzzling her small baby with her nose.

An elegant portrait of a mother pig.

Making Some Sense: David Byrne’s American Utopia Reviewed by Conor Williams
David Byrne stands at the front of a group of performers singing with dramatic lighting onstage for American Utopia.

In an American era of death and decline, where does Byrne see the path to utopia?

Of Grief and Anger: David Wojnarowicz’s In the Shadow of Forward Motion Reviewed by Conor Williams
A black and white cover of, In the Shadow of Forward Motion, by David Wojnarowicz

A rare David Wojnarowicz zine is republished.

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