Interviews on mediating our on and offline lives.
Here we extend conversations from the Offline Matters book, talking to a broad range of people on how they’re navigating the blurring boundaries of ‘offline’ their everyday lives.
Talking care, boredom, and surviving creative work with Charis Poon.
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’.
A short meditation on bonding through dissatisfaction and being with the reader.
ivaquexuta undertakes a different rhythm of the day. They work through the night and sleep from 6am – 3pm. It’s a timing that feels best for them, rather than an externally imposed night-shift. This is the period of productivity that flows naturally. We spoke about these rhythms of life over Skype; he in Catalonia and … More
An interview with Eugene Thacker on the ‘dog and pony show’ of social media for writers in the digital age.
Cameron Foden is Senior Denim Designer at Calvin Klein. We spoke on the developments of his job and noticable impacts on the fashion industry so far, under the circumstances of COVID-19. This interview was originally conducted for the Institute of Network Cultures and posted here. …we’re going to see a lot of changes that will … More
De-planning. An irony of contemporary life. Scheduling in spontaneity. Fake busy is the malady and strategy of our lives.
On contemporary boredom and Iggy Pop.
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