Upon returning to New York at the start of 2021, I witnessed a very different city than I was used to seeing. “Isolation” is a visual representation of the loneliness and the emptiness found on New York City’s streets during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Unlike factory or shipyard work, for which there was a masculine precedent prior to the Rosie the Riveter-era of feminism, there was no set computing culture prior to the beginning of the Cold War because the industry did not exist. What changed?
The development of modern data-collection technology enabled scientists, politicians, and historians alike to employ quantitative methods in historical analyses—and allowed them to purposely shape the Cold War narrative.
Taylor Swift made being an adolescent girl a romantic, beautiful existence, something to be cherished, not run away from.
Fundamentally, Shakespeare's "As You Like It" is an introduction to the concept of the consumer theater, of this new game space that we consciously create via works of “media."
How do our phones affect our relationships with one another? How do they affect our sense of empathy? Sherry Turkle, a professor at MIT whose research revolves around human-technology interaction, joins Kyle Kim for a discussion.
Balthus’s inclusion of cats in his paintings of young girls elevates the aesthetic quality of his portraiture by forcing observers to confront the nature of their gaze.
The boyfriend of the hour was John, and John would help her move. She’d been packing up the bits and pieces of her life for some days now, and her lease was just about expired.