For a creative response to what it means to ‘own’ a digital book, and to ponder further on radical shifts in writing and authorship, take a look at A Universe Explodes, by Tea Uglow (Visual Editions). Every ‘owner’ of the ebook must replace two words with one, on every single page of the book, before passing it on. It’s the first digital book that disintegrates as it is read…a brain melter.
What helps you create? Whether it’s writing, drawing, shooting or even whittling, for so many of us, music makes the world go round. In fact, we couldn’t imagine working without it. Fascinated by how other creative souls get stuff done, we decided to unpick this causal connection by speaking to different creators about their practice, process and how music fuels their fire.
As society struggles to find its way through what is and isn’t being said, we catch up with writer director (and BAFTA Breakthrough Brit 2017) Hope Dickson Leach about storytelling, family and the importance of opening up the channels…
We asked last issue’s featured photographer Jon Denham to choose the photographer we should feature this issue. Say hello to Lola Paprocka…
Tapping, clicking, scribbling and scratching. We take a moment away from the keyboard to ask if it's changing our writing – and if that's a bad thing.
Ready your ice cube trays and raise those tumblers. From aperitifs to post-prandials, we’ve taste tested three of the most festive feeling tipples that Cornwall has to offer, all in the name of glowing cheeks this Christmas.
From immersive zombie shooting to house-hunting to training yourself to survive a bear attack, virtual reality (VR) technology has long left the realms of sci-fi to move into the realms of, well, everything.
Source FM's Karl Phillips shares some choice cuts from the best new releases sent in for his popular Random Jukebox show.
What do a handpainted silk kimono baring a naked torso and a Minotaur devouring a hunk of raw flesh have in common? Well, it’s up to you really…
This month's viewing suggestion comes courtesy of the occasional League of Strangers' studio-wide existential crisis.