The term 'self-partnered’ doesn’t suggest that we have to be alone, rather it softly reminds us that there is a value in being with ourselves.
Take an audio-visual trip through Funk's history across space and time. Brit-Funk, City Pop, Italo-Disco, Afrobeat, Samba Funk...we got it all! Reading: optional; Watching & listening: required!
An inquiry into the plastics on Hawaiian shores that centers the colonized and occupied homelands on which these objects are formed
There was once a young woman named Zlata hailing from a far away land. A land that was neither real nor unreal. This land of origin was a blissful safe haven, and was all that she knew—she knew nothing of …
Sometimes I look at my computer screen, at all of the words that I’ve written and all of those that have yet to show themselves to me, and I have the sense to think that I’m looking into a cracked mirror that I don’t quite comprehend.
"I had never forgotten it. Not only because of the shame and embarrassment of having an infamous "presentation” disaster, which thereafter became one of my greatest fears, but because it felt to me like an exemplification of my own failure as a Puerto Rican."
In their groundbreaking one-woman plays, Phoebe-Waller Bridge and Jacqueline Novak prove that uncensored comedy celebrating female sexuality can find mainstream success.
How does the convenience of music streaming inform our respective music tastes? And why is this alarming for both artists and fans? A meditation on how streaming influences our tastes in music, featuring songs by Prince, Ryo Kawasaki, Erykah Badu & Portishead.
PLASTICS + TECHNO-UTOPIAN ALLURES // PLASTICS + OILY TEMPORALITIES // PLASTICS + ZOMBIFICATION OF FOSSILISED SUNSHINE // PLASTICS + TOXICITY // PLASTICS + QUEER FUTURITY
The book talk series seeking to honor and celebrate works by queer and disabled creators in the same academic spaces they were most likely to be pushed out of.