I have been very curious about the Barbie movie, so I decided to watch a few interviews with the director and co-writer Greta Gerwig. In one feature regarding set design, Margot Robbie, who plays Barbie, […]
While watching The Handmaid’s Tale, I could not help but think about how many acts of cruelty against women, the LGBTQIA+ community, and marginalised people are actually the norm in a number of societies.
In mid-March of 2020, a storytelling strain tore through the internet–what a New York Times reporter dubbed the “Coronavirus Nature Genre.”
Disease, death, and pollution are not the first words that usually come to mind when thinking about colour.
What ethical, environmental, and economic factors shape the palate politics of food and diet in an increasingly unpure yet always more-than-human world?
Unbeknownst to many, beneath the surface, an intricate network of calcified entanglements emerges, encapsulating fragments of our material history from both past and present, woven together by the mundane acts of flushing, washing, and draining.