Who holds the moral high ground in the abortion debate? How we clarify our attitude towards IVF will bring us closer to the answer.
A three-part analysis of "Mother Made Me" by Marlo Crocifisso, a founding member of Von Common and ART HAUS Fine Art Framing.
Guava Island is a semi-short, semi-musical film that blurs the line between art and advertisement.
Eric S. Carlson's 'Elk and Butterflies' painting explores the interconnection of rot and reproduction in a living elk carcass sprouting butterflies.
Vittorio Pelosi the founder of Intentism, a new art movement that rejects the postmodern death of the artist.
Editor-in-Chief Ryan Simón tops off the year by listing his ten favorite reads of 2018 (and part of early 2019).
Close reading analysis of "The Flea" by John Donne, read by Ryan Simón.
Close reading analysis of "Because I could not stop for Death" by Emily Dickinson, read by Kim Kozlewski.
Sorry to Bother You is an anti-capitalist indie film and a capitalist success -- a self-defeating paradox.
The plot to Mandy is simple: Red (Nicolas Cage) meets Mandy (Andrea Riseborough), Red loses Mandy to a bizarre, psychosexual cult, Red goes on a Nic-Cage-rage rampage.