TikTok is reclaiming Harry Potter because JK Rowling ruined it
DracoTok will always be there to welcome you home.
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Rina Sawayama in conversation with Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova
A candid discussion about the state of pop music in 2020, Russia’s queer rennaisance and the importance of practising activism daily.
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The photographer capturing Luca Guadagnino’s characters in limbo
Italian-born image-maker Alessio Bolzoni is responsible for these beautiful portraits of Elio, Oliver, and the cast of ‘We Are Who We Are’.
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Meet the women behind your favourite surreal Instagram filters
They’re bending reality and expanding traditional ideas of what beauty, aesthetics and immersive art experiences can be in the process.
Why TikTokers are hypnotising themselves to see their past lives
"I anticipated a very happy past life, but it wasn’t. It didn’t really end too well for me."
How tragic events in Japan shaped J-horror
Shō Miyake is the director of the truly horrific new Netflix series 'JU-ON: Origins'. Here he talks curses, real life nightmares and depicting violence against women.
The Vixen and Crystal Rasmussen on the future of drag
The pioneering drag queens share their thoughts in ‘The Art of Drag’, a new illustrated book tracing the art form’s proud, political history.
Meet the controversial TikTok creators from Ireland's first hype house
"Once you do something like this here, it’s like we have the whole country’s attention."
This photographer captures a different side to the American Dream
“'Crossroads' became a place to document an American landscape facing a rapid transition, in a country built on promises.”
The exhibition channelling our nostalgia for nights out
‘The Time We Call Our Own’ celebrates the communities, cultures and creativity that make nightlife so special.
6 Mexican artists on how everything has changed for them this year
"There’s no video call that’ll replace protesting in the streets with my friends."
How TikTok resurrected the problematic "chav" stereotype
Of all the Y2K trends Gen Z have adopted, the casual classism of "chav check" is among the worst.