interview

unruly body – the world of jamila johnson-small

In her own words, Jamila Johnson-Small is interested in dance as a “radical social proposition”. She means this quite literally. And in fact, this quality of “radicality” – a potent combination of power and resoluteness – is palpable in Jamila’s presence, both onstage and in person.

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turning pages

Lucy Moore is co-owner of London’s most iconic bookstore, Claire de Rouen, a long-standing source of inspiration for fashion designers, artists and students alike. Here we sit down to chat all things Claire de Rouen and she shares with us five of her favourite books that celebrate female sensuality. 

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the girl with the most cake

Rina Sawayama explores the idea of our online self through her J-pop inspired own brand of RnB, often referencing our place in the digital world, resulting in a surprisingly sensual and personal outpouring.

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sex, sensualism and identity politics: muna make pop with a purpose

The LA based trio have found an anthem in their song I Know A Place – including a fearless middle-eight,  Muna are a tight knit band tackling the injustices of the world. Here’s what they had to say.

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new phone, who dis?

What do you do when you’re on the phone? Do you walk around? Do you sit down? Do you hold the phone perpendicular to your face like an ocarina, with the person you’re on the phone to blaring out on loudspeaking? Do you even answer? Phone Calls is a short web series by Bonnie Wright and Martin Cohn examining, well, exactly this.

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magical french director rebecca zlotowski is exploring beyond the wizard’s sleeve

Starring Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp, Planétarium might be 2016’s most mystical film. We spoke to the enigmatic director, Rebecca Zlotowski.

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all this panic: jenny gage on her coming-of-age debut film

We spoke to director Jenny Gage about the seven girls who star in her documentary film All This Panic and their experiences growing up, the imprint of New York City on their lives and the power of protest on young womanhood.

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drawing emotions with taiwanese illustrator debby w∞

Debby W∞’s heartfelt illustrations are here to guide you through the ups and downs of life. We spoke to the Taiwanese artist about releasing her emotions through illustration, and how she demonstrates this vague yet subtle sensation.

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a brave new space

Using time travel and afrofuturism, Rasheedah Phillips and Camae Ayewa are creating a community space for women to be empowered using art and music.

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