Profile

A musician with a rare ability to write both great pop songs and deeply experimental and melancholy music

By Juliet Jacques

From Myspace aesthetics to Backpack Kid, entering London’s narrative projects feels like stumbling into an online echo chamber

By Mimi Chu

Looking back at the intimate musical language of Luc Ferrari (1929-2005), who employed cinematic methods in the service of quotidian storytelling

By Nathan Geyer

Hiller’s discomfort towards dominant narratives made her look at all sorts of suppressed subjects, from outlaw cowgirls to protest songs

By Barbara Casavecchia

The artist’s films at Camden Arts Centre evoke anxiety in the face of world events and the tenderness of collective living

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

Workshopping a new book project at Porto/Post/Doc, the theorist and filmmaker who diagnosed how Hollywood reinforced patriarchal codes

By Ela Bittencourt

The artist’s sculpture possessed an almost surreal promise, as if at any moment it might become a Really Living Thing

By Andrew Durbin

‘Cinematic’ is often overused, but Roeg’s films showed how minds and memories wander back and forth in time, colouring our experience of the world

By Dan Fox

With a show opening at Hollybush Gardens tomorrow, the artist discusses her career addressing social and political issues through performance
 

By Isobel Harbison

Honey is an antidote to the norms of pop music today; a salve for the increasingly quick-hitting hooks of the streaming era

By Liz Pelly

Exotic flora and tentative ‘Afronauts’ speak to a sense of alienation, but throughout the artist’s work runs a current of optimism 

By Ian Bourland

The Athens-based artist discusses how desire figures in her new film, the relationship between writing and images and the influence her home city has on her practice

By Quinn Latimer