Artist Harriet Morley delves into the complications that new modes of communication have introduced to human relationships.
Our 100th issue asks how we affect change now to shape a better creative future for Liverpool's musicians, artists and doers
A Forty Minute Interview between Bill Drummond and Bido Lito! founder and publisher Craig G Pennington.
Niloo Sharifi catches up with internationally renowned artists to get their perspective on the future (and past) of cultural identity.
As we head into our second century of editions, we wanted to learn about our own carbon footprint and what we can do to minimise it.
A roundtable discussion with the artists whose commissioned work features in a new exhibition at dot-art Gallery
What if AI exists side-by-side with humans on a creative level? Is human-machine collaboration a new frontier for music?
Does artificial intelligence have a place in music? Test the idea yourself at our AI Audio Lab installation with Dr Rob Strachan
Elliot Ryder looks at some of the solutions being offered by a movement towards the local as our appetite for global politics and activism fades.
The Double Negative's new collection of essays looking at the still unfolding impact of 2008 And All That.
With greater visibility and acceptance around non-traditional gender roles comes greater risk; we speak to Lucia Blake about her mission to educate.