Opinion

‘It’s a lovely morning in the village, and you are a horrible goose.’ Aren’t so many of us feeling like that these days?

By Adam Harper

There is a place for evidentiary art – but not for Kenneth Goldsmith’s print-out of 62,000 pages of the former US Secretary of State’s correspondence

By Travis Diehl

The artist and psychogeographer discusses building on the protests of the past

By Juliet Jacques

Why are recent blockbuster video games so obsessed with religion?

By Thomas McMullan

A new wave of stand-up specials, sketch shows and comedy-dramas are dismantling Hollywood’s white monolith, one gag at a time

By Candice Frederick

From Boudicca to the French revolution’s cockades, brooches have always been used to convey politically-charged messages

By Amber Butchart

Should we be enjoying ourselves as the world goes to hell in a handcart?

By Jörg Heiser

In a new collection, the author of ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’ updates her approach to feminism and psychoanalysis 

By Erika Balsom

The results, which veer from the weird to the outright racist, draw attention to the bias of machine learning

By Orit Gat

Cash-strapped schools in deprived areas across the UK have been particularly hard hit by the shift away from the arts

By Chris Sharratt

Part carbon-neutral generator, part contemporary art centre, E-Werk Luckenwalde provides clean energy and affordable studio space

By Harry Thorne

Although a country-rap track was crowned 2019’s ‘song of the summer’, music released during this season usually consists of recycled pop sounds

By Aida Amoako