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Issue #4: Futurism
What we may learn from a pandemic
The British climate activist and author discusses her forthcoming book; getting involved with the Extinction Rebellion movement; and necessary changes we must collectively make to ensure a future for humanity.
The originator of therapeutic sound practice Biofield Tuning discusses the electrical energy fields within us and in our environment; how we hold trauma in the body; and the future of healing.
Artist Jess Cochrane is kissing the past goodbye
The first black female and first black French choreographer to be engaged by the Paris Opera in its 350-year history
writer. performer. speaker. fashionista@! gender fluid (they): discusses #degendering fashion
"People live in a lie. I’m trying to portray my music as the constant search for truth because I want people to be reminded.”
The designer talks politics, ethical business,
and sustainability in the fashion industry.
As the current pandemic merges the URL and IRL, these dichotomies have presented a question: how will both of these spheres serve the future?
We met with Van Herpen before the pandemic to discuss her recent collection Sensory Seas; and then circled back to get her visionary perspective on the crisis
Issue #3: Revisionism
Liz Goldwyn, creater of The Sexed, tells her story about her love affair with the healing properties of cannabis.
Lillard’s collages are vividly illusory, and yet there is also an uncanny realism to them, blending imagery that is distinctly retro with narratives that suggest an alternate reality.
Issue #2: Seduction
In this post #metoo dating landscape, It's high time we rethink how we acquire what we desire...
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