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Meet the two artists behind Shia LaBeouf’s #IAMSORRY

Notes on Metamodernism co-editor Luke Turner and performance artist Nastja Rönkkö talk to Dazed about their artistic collaboration.


A Word in Common

This essay was first published in Nowiswere issue 11. Written in 2012, it explores the idea of the commons in relation to how we use and view words. In the 21st Century, much has already…


Speculative Engineering

At the end of the 20th century, humanity had a curious strategy for regarding the techno-spaces unfolding with the advancement of digital technology. The newly arrived non-spaces of the World…


Photography, Imperfection, Education

Writer and curator Daniel C Blight casts his critical eye on the Fotomuseum Winterhur’s blog, Still Searching, and the role of politics in art education.


In Pursuit of Elusive Horizons

Richard T. Walker’s three-channel video projection, the speed and eagerness of meaning (2011), sees the artist wandering across the epic expanses of the Mojave Desert on a quest for revelation;…


Disappearing Into One

“When the two disappear into the one, where does the one go?” So asks the elusive Zen koan that serves as a starting point for this thoughtfully staged exhibition at the Zabludowicz Collection, a curatorial collaboration…

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Notes on Metamodernism, 2014