Dutch artist Martine Stig constructs scenarios from everyday occurrences. If you find the results unsettling you need to check your assumptions.
Matthew Zapruder believes that poetry—often misunderstood to be obscure—is exactly what we need to find clarity this time and age.
A New York City performance artist called Zardulu claims to be behind many of the most outlandish stories of the past year. A deep-dive into causing amazement and wonder in an age of fake news.
Have you ever believed that you are already dead or the star of a Reality-TV series? Psychiatrist Joel Gold has seen his fair share of delusions and believes that our culture has more impact on it than we might think. A conversation about Donald Trump copycats and our vulnerability to insanity.
Ezra Furman is a gender-fluid rock musician and practicing Jew. To him, that’s not a paradox but an empowering identity.
Penelope Spheeris chronicled the wild days of punk and captured a movement that has become a myth to adolescents around the world. She talked to us about what is left of punk and why it was the last revolution in music.
Moby’s newest album proclaims that “These Systems Are Failing”. We spoke with the musician about why it’s worth putting up a fight.
In his newest book, author James Gleick explores the history of Time Travel. And its future. A conversation about fascination, regret, and killing Hitler.
The eclectic relationship between Jean-Paul Satre and Simone de Beauvoir was too good to be true. Or was it?
During Perestroika, the Soviet Union was briefly lit by a Rock’n’Roll craze. Photographer Igor Mukhin was there to document the wild years.