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Liberatum review

Liberatum review

Text and photos by Michael Epps In the photos: Scout Willis and Glenn O’Brien A few days ago, I attended a special panel discussion, on social media, and it’s effect on art and censorship. It was presented by Liberatum and the W Hotel. A spirited, and at times colorful discussion was had by such luminaries

The Roof: exciting but 'ultimately too vague' to make use care.

The Roof at Doon Street Car Park – National Theatre, London

Edited by: matilde.casaglia@positive-magazine.com Online Editor – Art and Culture Department You enter a in a car park on the Upper Ground, London, the sun is shining (even if it’s not sunny the show must go on, so you might as well imagine it’s sunny) and they give you headphones. You put them on and some

surplus living group exhibition

Tom Cameron reporting from Berlin I’d been trying hard all week to get my head around the idea that I was back in Berlin with no job and an ebbing creative energy, so I felt reassured by a show titled Surplus Living as it chimed with my current mood. I arrived at the opening and

CTM Festival: Discontinuity

Matteo Giordano Reporting from Berlin CTM is a prominent international festival dedicated to contemporary electronic, digital and experimental music and sound creation, as well as the diverse range of artistic activities and social practises that develop within and connect to those audio cultures. Since 1999 it takes place concurrently and cooperatively with the transmediale –

Nolan Gerard Funk

Photos by Giacomo Cosua We wanted to publish some photos from the last Venice Biennale Festival about the young actor Nolan Gerard Funk, who played in the movie “The Canyons” directed by Paul Schrader, with Lindsay Lohan and James Deen. The young actor in these last months has been photograph in many different magazine, such

The Drowned Man – A Hollywood Fable

Edited by: matilde.casaglia@positive-magazine.com Online Editor – Art and Culture Department The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable is like an incredible, unique theatrical adventure. The journey unfolds in a mechanism that is difficult to keep together and impossible to describe, exactly like trying to keep your life together – which is also impossible to describe.

Roskilde Festival: Eff This Noise, I'm Going Home. Finishing Off.

I realised two things when the festival was nearing its end: Your perception of a fun time changes through your adolescence to early adulthood and sleeping on bedrock is a whole lot comfier when you’re too sloshed to even care that you’re semi-spooning some dude. The former I realised when I was watching Metallica play

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