Taysir Batniji
Fundraising for Gaza

The Palestinian artist’s new book, “Disruptions,” conveys the horrors of the ongoing genocide through pixelated images of video calls with his family.

Eileen Kelly
Prioritising frankness and compassion

The host of popular mental health podcast Going Mental discusses the intimacy of podcasting, working with Anna Weyent, and being a horrible influencer.

Rayne Fisher-Quann
The complexities of girlhood

“My eyes have always been bigger than my stomach” the writer tells us as we talk about her online content, cultural critiques, and upcoming projects.

Nan Goldin
Despondency of substance abuse

The famous New York City-based photographer is displaying her new work, “Memory Lost,” at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen until May 7th.

Miz Cracker
The smallest chilli is the spiciest

On Sunday, March 26 we attended her show at Razzmatazz in Barcelona. Irreverence, booties and a chit-chat with one of the drag artists of the moment.

Jail Time Records
A view to freedom

Multi-disciplinary artist and photographer Dione Roach speaks on how music can recapture life in Cameroon’s Central Prison of Douala.

Corruption on Earth
Woman, life, freedom

The one video everyone should see to understand the current revolution in Iran. Sarcasm and irony expose the absurdity and hypocrisy of the Islamic Regime.

Silvana Trevale
Capturing the spirit of Venezuela

The Venezuelan photographer discusses her process, inspiration and the fortitude of her country's women, children, families and communities.

Festival of Queer Spanish Literature in London
Rethinking identity and recreating our lost realities

The event celebrated its second edition with the current names of queer literature written in Spanish that took London as a safe space for a week.

Queer techno rave-cum-performance art platform

Welcome to London’s best club night. Step into the party providing a safe space for trans revolutionaries, queer techno goths, club kids and drag queens.