Change is the only constant for VTSS
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Change is the only constant for VTSS

The London-based dissident artist muses on the power of TikTok, seeking inspiration in new surroundings, and her latest EP ‘Projections’

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Who does your voice belong to? For musician Holly Herndon, the answer is ‘everyone’

For Document’s Winter 2021/Resort 2022 issue, the musician envisions the future of intellectual property in the era of vocal deepfakes

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New Cosmologies: Could reconsidering the Big Bang theory save us?

Tao Lin takes a closer look at science’s creation stories, examining their implications for human culture at large

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Gus Van Sant talks finding inspiration on the fringes
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Gus Van Sant talks finding inspiration on the fringes

Thirty years after the release of 'My Own Private Idaho,' the filmmaker opens up about his artistic practice for Document’s Winter 2021/Resort 2022 issue

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Designer Manfred Thierry Mugler revels in the beauty of infinite transformation
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Designer Manfred Thierry Mugler revels in the beauty of infinite transformation

For Document’s Summer/Pre-Fall 2021 issue, the designer discusses scandal and subversion with Thierry-Maxime Loriot

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Photographer Mark Borthwick and Document’s fashion and creative director Sarah Richardson collaborate with model and actress Iris Law on this fashion portfolio for Document’s Winter...

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THING, the revolutionary magazine that chronicled the birth of Chicago’s queer, Black club culture
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THING, the revolutionary magazine that chronicled the birth of Chicago’s queer, Black club culture

DeForrest Brown, Jr. takes us inside the countercultural publication that served as a relic of desire and community-building before the internet

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