7 February 2023
Science fiction or science future? How technology could shape the future of youth culture
Modern science fiction offers many fantastical visions of the future, but could current advances in technology revolutionise youth culture even more than we imagined?
2 October 2022
The masterpiece that is Elden Ring
A review of one of the best games of 2022 and ‘Game of the Year’ contender.
30 September 2022
Interview with German visual artist Timo Helgert
We speak to German visual artist Timo Helgert about his impressive artistic career and new collaboration with global technology brand, HONOR.
22 September 2022
The evolution of youth culture during Queen Elizabeth II’s reign
We explore the ways in which youth culture has changed from the 1950s to present.
25 May 2022
Brighton Fringe: 0.0031% review
"Your AI overlord bitch can't reach you here. Like I said: it’s just you and me."
18 June 2022
Libby Heaney: slimeQore
Join us for a live performative lecture sliding into the slimy world of quantum computing as both medium and subject matter as part of Among the Machines at the Zabludowicz Collection.
3 May 2022
Review: In Perpetuum
An unexpected loss of a brother offline results in a sister organising a virtual funeral inside his favourite video game.
13 April 2022
How accessible is the gaming industry?
We look at how accessible the gaming industry for disabled consumers
17 March 2022
MisInfoCon: The disinformation ecosystem in 2022: new, authentic, and recurring actors
As part of Mozilla Festival, Rachael Levy discusses the importance of acknowledging disinformation threats in all forms
17 March 2022
MisInfoCon: intersectionality and gendered disinformation targeting women in politics
Mozilla Festival’s roundtable discussion on gendered disinformation led by DeVan Hankerson Madrigal, Irene Mwendwa, and Gabriela De Oliveira.
10 March 2022
Belle Review: a whimsical fairytale wonderfully warped into a digital age
Introducing Mamoru Hosoda's effervescent digital world of 'U', where offline tragedies are coded into online fairytales.
4 March 2022
Self-directed shame and Instagram idealisation
If you live by the sword that is Instagram, what impact does this have on idealised body perceptions and how can we point towards future directions for social media sites?
2 December 2021
3 Essential Ways To Keeping Your Remote Business Secure
There are many different kinds of security issues that come with working remotely, and it's possible for you to be protected against one type of issue but open to another.
4 November 2021
What is GAN art and how does it work?
A deep dive into the systems used in the new wave of generative digital art.
17 September 2021
Pioneer behind mass-produced home computers Clive Sinclair passes away
Sinclair is remembered as the driving force behind affordable home computing in the UK and much of Europe.
31 August 2021
Review: The Crypt Virtual Art Museum
The Crypt is an art museum for the digital age, featuring an array of multidisciplinary works, all housed in this new virtual environment.
21 July 2021
Digital exhibitions: the future of art events?
How does technology impact how we interact with the world of art?
7 July 2021
New political debating app, Polemix Review
No more leaving politics at the door. Instead, political debating done right.