My contribution in the latest issue of Offscreen Magazine.
The Monocle Media Summit 2021
I was invitied to speak at this year’s Monocle Media Summit in London.
Written for the ‘Pause for Thought’ project by Scott Wark and Tom Sutherland.
Band of Burnouts lab
A 10-month long research residency with the School of Commons
Co-Conspirators: The ‘Rock Revival’ Pow-Wow
Who else is pushing for the return of rock?
Machine Gun Kelly wants to ‘bring back pop punk’
An introduction to the return of pop punk as led by Machine Gun Kelly.
Kid Cudi wears a dress. Breaks the internet.
A cultural commentary on Cudi’s dress, SNL, and new indicators towards what’s brewing in pop music.
Interview: All The Boring Things
An interview with the Pen Name LA Newspaper.
The Naxos Aphorisms
A publication with literary magazine Kaleidoscoped of UC San Diego
Dude, Where’s My 22nd Century?
On the burnout of future-images. How the mass phenomenon directly reflects the troubles of our cultural imagination.
Full Automation, Full Fantasy
On content moderators and the illusion of AI.
Internesia: The Techno-Persuasion To Forget
On the phenomenon of forgetting where in cyberspace one saw a particular piece of information.
Shock Me. Please.
Who knew living ‘a creative life’ would feel so arid? Where is the joy, the excitement, the risk, or the shock?
Interview: Jess on ‘Offline Matters’ with MAEKAN
Talking care, boredom, and surviving creative work with Charis Poon.
To Be Continued: An Interview on Seriality (Part II)
Part two of an interview on serial media with Ryan Engley, Professor of Media Studies at Pomona College and one-half…
“It wasn’t a conscious decision. It’s just that I was never on it to begin with.”
An interview with Eugene Thacker on the ‘dog and pony show’ of social media for writers in the digital age.
To Be Continued: An Interview on Seriality (Part I)
Talking TV series and psychoanalysis with Ryan Engley, Professor of Media Studies at Pomona College and one-half of the ‘Why Theory’ podcast.
A Pseudo-Interview with the Moneyless Man
The term ‘offline romanticism’ gets thrown around a lot. We had a semi-fictional interview with the Moneyless Man to discover the complexities of ‘the dream’.
The Right to Dissatisfaction
A short meditation on bonding through dissatisfaction and being with the reader.
COVID-19 Diary: Not Working
In times of lockdown, for many not working is not working. Here is a poetry of anecdotes taken over the past three weeks.
On The Subject Of: An Interview with Grace Ebert
How many of us have toiled painfully at the task of writing a bio? To condense ourselves into a paragraph,…
The Puzzle of Post-Growth
Last week I received two emails, which felt like obtaining the two pieces missing from a 2000 piece puzzle sitting…
All Roads Lead to Lofi
With the real streets still out of bounds, I try to cyberflâneur my way out. Except, all roads lead to lofi beats.
Slices of Life from LA
Our view of the US at present is obscured by the news, from our position in Europe. Here are dispatches…
COVID 19 Diary: Silence is Impossible
In this edition of the COVID-19 Diaries, I question the possibility of silence, design the sound of our resign, and pay attention to deliveries.
New Zealand’s Most Controversial Foodie Doesn’t Want To Be ‘Mean’
Albert Cho is better known as Eat Lit Food, New Zealand’s premier food blogger – though, influencer is more accurate…
I Did A Poetry-Chain So You Don’t Have To
Welcome to The Revival of the Email Chain. How many have you received? My current count is five. Does that…
COVID 19 Diary: Take it Easy Baby
In this edition of my COVID-19 Diaries I interrupt empathy-talk, question the romantic power of streamed TV, and learn about ‘Explainerism’.
Interview with a Calvin Klein designer
Cameron Foden is Senior Denim Designer at Calvin Klein. We spoke on the developments of his job and noticable impacts…
Premonition 03: Pessimism & Slackers
In our emergence from life during COVID-19 we will see new found respect for Pessimist thought and slackerdom.