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    How Vice Lost its Edge

    The rise and fall of Vice, the magazine that flew too close to the multimedia sun.

    How Vice Lost its Edge

    The rise and fall of Vice, the magazine that flew too close to the multimedia sun.

    Truth as a Hornet That Stings: How Accurate Does a Biopic Have to Be?

    Biopics are still movies whose main purpose is to be watched, so should there not be some wiggle room for the filmmaker’s creativity?

    Mouthing Off Artists’ Spotlight: Jake Purkiss

    An interview with our Mouthing Off Resident Artist, Jake Purkiss.

    This is a Review: The World’s Biggest Art Heist

    An erratic re-telling of the unsolved mystery of one of the world’s most notorious thefts hit Netflix last week: The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist. But is it actually worth watching?

    WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU’VE NEVER SEEN *OLD MOVIE*?

    A look at prestige and gatekeeping in cinema. Do movies belong to the educated few?

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    How Vice Lost its Edge

    The rise and fall of Vice, the magazine that flew too close to the multimedia sun.

    The Meghan and Harry Interview: This Isn’t Good vs Bad. There is Only Bad.

    Critique of Meghan and Harry is both wrong and unnecessary. Instead of focusing on the individual players of the game, there needs to be a greater focus on discussing the monarchy’s complete misuse of power and privilege and why it continues to exist over us.

    The Meghan and Harry Interview: All We Can Ask is ‘Why’?

    It’s the latest trend, it’s all we can talk about, and it’s sparking a lot of memes; it is the Oprah interview. This latest royal ‘scandal’ has saturated our media to the extent where everyone is talking about it and this time it feels like it could be serious.

    Once Again: The Genocide of the Uyghur People

    China is currently facing global accusations of genocide against the Uyghur people of Xinjiang. When did this start? What is happening? And what can we do - if anything - to help?

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    Mouthing Off Artists’ Spotlight: Jake Purkiss

    An interview with our Mouthing Off Resident Artist, Jake Purkiss.

    This is a Review: The World’s Biggest Art Heist

    An erratic re-telling of the unsolved mystery of one of the world’s most notorious thefts hit Netflix last week: The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist. But is it actually worth watching?

    Look Only With Your Eyes: Digital Art Viewing

    Does the physicality of an artwork make it more valuable? Or are the conceptualisation and original composition the markers for a worthy work of art? Can we experience all we need to just by looking? Mike Winkelmann’s ‘Everydays: The First 5000 Days’ perhaps holds the answers.

    Auction Sale of NFT Artwork Breaks the Internet

    Why everyone is talking about NFTs and what it could mean for the art community. An insight into the boost of crypto art in the past months.

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    Pulse: A Tale Of Love & Loss

    'Pulse' is a short story highlighting the heart-breaking come down of a fleeting love.

    The Erebus Accounts: His Last Christmas – Chapter III

    On Queen Victoria's summons, supernatural scholar, Henry Morscroft, accompanies his father to Her Majesty's residence on the Isle of Wight, where the two experts in the Occult must contend with the lingering Spirit of the late Prince Albert (Erebus, Chapter III).

    CHRONICLES PART III: ‘“Clowns to the Left of Me, Jokers to the Right”? A Triptych of Sketches Intended to Delineate the Present Culture Wars’,...

    Another private entry is recovered and perused by the data-haulers. This time it was written by a student in a UK university in early 2019, in an attempt to comprehend the societal changes happening around him.

    How To Eat Glass | A Tale Of Suffering & Regret

    As a young man, I purchased this land. The rolling hills, the smell of fruit drifting in the wind. I knew it. It was my destiny. I never wanted to ‘change the world’, I just wanted to live for myself, to do what made me happy.

    CHRONICLES PART II: One Week in the Life of Dr. Keith Crichton, an Alcoholic Archaeologist

    Make sure to check out the first part of Brett Mottram's Chronicles before reading Part II, so that you don't spoil the story for...

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    Is it a bird? Is it deranged? No-one knows. Dividing available time between university research and teaching, Brett keeps moderately sane by indulging in musical pursuits, penning non-academic pieces of writing, and experimenting in the kitchen.