Ada O’Higgins & Semiotext(e)
10,000 Words invites friends to read aloud from a selection of Semiotext(e) titles.
Matt Goerzen & Ed Fornieles
How to detect and avoid taking the bait: Investigating the tricks trolls play.
What is Money? Intersectionality? Modernism? Explained.
Dancefloorensick is a six-part visual mixtape by Riccardo Benassi.
Women's History Museum & Daffy Scanlan
Fashion label Women’s History Museum is here to (re)teach us how to dress.
Early Stage is about the inner life of artificial intelligence.
Olivia Erlanger and Luis Ortega Govela
The road trip. The startup. The garage band. Americana as we know it was born in the garage.
General Intellects with McKenzie Wark
General Intellects — thinkers, who, when constellated, create a collective picture of our world.
I Hated Graphic Design
This series tells the story of how graphic design was dreamed up by some frighteningly old Euro males in order to automate their ugly cousins out of the Lord’s work. Graphic design turned out to be highly persuasive communicology, went a little out of control, but then spent half a millennium years grinding the gears of its legacy hardware.
MAD with Casey Jane Ellison: Mothers and Daughters
Casey Jane Ellison
Are you my Mother?
The Institute of Queer Ecology
Queering and decolonizing the tools of ecology to expose the fractures of our current petro-capitalist world.
No Empty Forest
Brigitte Baptiste explains how the ecological realm is an ethical landscape in which we act and interact.
Public Service Announcement
In this era of mass confusion and delusion it’s important to keep the facts straight.
Reading the Media
Paper Tiger Television
Donna Haraway, Flo Kennedy, Noam Chomsky, Martha Rosler, and Murray Bookchin deconstruct the news media.
What makes the idea of reparations for African Americans so terrifying?
Emily Allan & Leah Hennessey
Restaging real literary and academic feuds, forcing rivals to confront each other face-to-face.
Eva & Franco Mattes
The bots are not bots and often, before long, they quit, burnt out from eight hours a day, staring at the worst and the most banal humanity has to offer.
Will Benedict & Steffen Jørgensen
An otherworldly cooking show
Derek G. Larson
Derek G. Larson's Très Mall is a serious cartoon.
What do people do all day
Simon Dybbroe Møller
Replacing the "everybody is a worker" ethos with the "everything is work" reality of today.
What's in The Box? with Hannah Black
Unboxing more than consumer trends.
When Guys Turn 20
Joshua Citarella & Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman
Citarella cycles through memes in a behind-the-servers look at expressions of platform capitalism and online political propaganda.