Culture Digest

Uber's very long list of woes and why philosophers won't give you a straight answer about truth: what to read this weekend

Two comedies from the recent Toronto International Film Festival highlight the relationship change between TV and cinema

The state of fashion journalism, the fate of ‘world-scale’ art exhibitions and the creation of a British Islam: what to read this weekend

The politics of the choco-pie, a materialist account of ‘cultural appropriation’ and Acid Corbynism: what to read this weekend

Prison labour as artisanal nostalgia, David Tang's dinner advice, and octopus intelligence: what to read this weekend

Exploiting wokeness for clicks, the homogeneity of comic book films, and an Asian American aesthetic: what to read this weekend

A multi-faceted collaboration between Matthew Barney, Ragnar Kjartansson and the Iceland Dance Company reflects on ritual and religion

Pepe the Frog, a meme that has been adopted online as a symbol of nationalism and alt-right sentiment. Courtesy: Twitter

Goodbye Pepe? From diving into the LA Jobber Market to the women of the alt-right: what to read this weekend

The dystopian promise of the fidget spinner, 'family values' and neoliberalism, and visions of art after social collapse: what to read this weekend

Life in Roman Britain - The Story of Britain, a BBC educational video hosted on YouTube

Christopher Nolan's 'Hobbesian anti-art' and the spectacular implosion of Shia LaBeouf's 'He Will Not Divide Us': what to read this weekend

From a wild child to a talking mongoose: what to read this weekend

Playgrounds as radical propositions, the problem with Okja, and debating ‘the dirtbag left’: what to read this weekend

Video

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Kosovo-born Sislej Xhafa's first exhibition in Germany speaks to the artist's concerns around identity politics and his birthplace

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With her current solo show at Anton Kern Gallery, New York, the Dutch-American artist explains her travelling, hybrid procession-protest piece which uses graphic design and portable sculptural pieces to champion women’s rights