The internet didn’t kill counterculture—you just won’t find it on Instagram
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The internet didn’t kill counterculture—you just won’t find it on Instagram

“To be truly countercultural in a time of tech hegemony, one has to, above all, betray the platform.”

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Revisiting Suck magazine’s experiment in radical feminist pornography
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Revisiting Suck magazine’s experiment in radical feminist pornography

Lynne Tillman and other contributors to Suck magazine look back and analyze the legacy that the transgressive magazine left behind.

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The existential paranoia fueling Elon Musk’s fear of AI
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The existential paranoia fueling Elon Musk’s fear of AI

The scaremongering by Musk and other 'tech-bros' says more about the exploitative business model of Silicon Valley than Artificial Intelligence's capacity to do actual harm.

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If science fiction reflects our innermost fears, how do we see ourselves today?
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If science fiction reflects our innermost fears, how do we see ourselves today?

Noah Berlatsky explores the parallels between cultural fear and the work of science fiction

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From virtual Lolitas to extreme sex, deepfake porn is blurring the lines of consent and reality
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From virtual Lolitas to extreme sex, deepfake porn is blurring the lines of consent and reality

Exploring the dark, liberating, and potentially catastrophic future of technology's freakiest frontier

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The Eternal Peter Hujar
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The Eternal Peter Hujar

Nan Goldin, Gary Indiana, Dev Hynes, and more, reflect on ten of the photographer's singular portraits, some never before published, until now

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Three emerging Latina artists trace the connection to the ‘Radical Women’ before them
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Three emerging Latina artists trace the connection to the ‘Radical Women’ before them

As the Brooklyn Museum shines a long overdue light on two decades of conceptual works by pioneering Latina artists, a trio of emerging New York...

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