Taylor has a strong sensitivity to media that she conveys beautifully within her work and application to different projects.
Hayward Gallery has achieved the impossible for video-art sceptics such as myself with their first offsite exhibition at The Store.
The counter-cultural style magazine Dazed has been an arbiter of cool for a quarter of a century. It’s a reference point in a conversation, a marker of cultural relevance in artist bios on websites.
Boredom is a catalyst for the young. In the East of England, there is a superabundance of each key ingredient required to initiate a chain reaction equally likely to result in stealing a trolley as it is forming a band.
The powerful line ‘speak into the silence’ is something that might resonate with listeners as emptiness is indicated, contrasted with powerful highs and lows of beat, that shows notion of a battle
Born amongst the collapse of the Berlin Wall, Berlin's now legendary nightlife has always possessed an air of rebellion. Although comprised of many different scenes, techno continues to dominate the speakers of the German capital's clubs
What happens when electronic musicians don't make dance music? This is a question that preoccupies much sonic art, and particularly the work of John Young who is concerned with the interplay between space, memory, and the tactility of digital audio
On the 11th July 2016 at 14:58, Rasheed Araeen’s piece Zero to Infinity displays a cluster of uniform blue cubic structures. At no point more than four cubes high, this sculpture stands in fixed balance with five diagonal points at its focus
The Renaissance Series is a project by Chicago-based Freddy Fabris, that re-appropriates Renaissance masterpieces into contemporary (albeit conceptual) photographs: edgy, cool, iconic