From #MeToo to net neutrality, much of our politics take place via the screen. But these fast moving debates can be dizzying, which is why Screen Shot provides a thoughtful print antidote. Examining tech, visual culture, politics, and the future, it unearths strange and exciting stories through an original, biting tone.
This third issue provides 13 longform pieces, 24 short bits of sharp, critical commentary on topics like egg freezing (see below), and 12 artists’ works, all packed inside a soft touch cover. It’s an intelligent publication that’ll leave curious readers with many browser tabs of new perspectives, so head over to Sampler and secure your copy.
In this issue:
— How ‘live streaming’ is being used to spread images of violence
— Is Slacktivism an avenue of digital revolution?
— How science fiction writing can help build the future
— Is brand activism exploitation or a movement for change?
— And egg freezing: employee perks for women, or another form of corporate control?
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