Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Girl With No Name

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the crusading socialist who just shocked American politics....

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Escaping Fear: You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Boat

Researchers at the RIKEN Center for Brain Science have discovered a circuit in the brain that is necessary for unlearning fear....

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Want To Learn Faster? Get Chomping Happy Pills

A new computational model reveals that serotonin, one of the most widespread chemicals in the brain, can speed up learning. ...

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Six Limited Edition Banners From Ai Wei Wei

The refugee crisis is again an inspiration for the artist Ai Wei Wei, who is determined to remind us of the suffering of desperate peoples. ...

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China’s Contemporary Cultural Revolution

Zhu Wei is an internationally acclaimed artist who examines contemporary China using traditional painting methods, he shares his thoughts in issue 3 of Trebuchet Magazine (excerpt here) ...

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Starcrawler, Grabbing Attention By The Bruised Throat

Trebuchet heads to London's Garage to wave a camera at a real American nightmare - LA's Starcrawler....

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“Everything Is Devolving Right Before Our Very Eyes” – Rhys Fulber

Trebuchet talks to Industrial and EBM kingpin Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly) about brand new release "Your Dystopia, My Utopia"...

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The Passion of Wu Yongning

Final dance of Chinese rooftop artist Wu Yongning...

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Blaze at the Glasgow School of Art

The second fire to wreak the Scottish art school in four years, will they fix it again?...

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Neo-Modernism: soul nourishing renaissance ?

Can we have another renaissance? why not, Neo-Modernism only needs its own Michelangelo to fuel a return to modernisms core values. ...

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A Taste of Dissent

Investigative journalist Abby Martin and the challenge of enquiry...

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Fourth Wall on the Street? Not Our Style At All

Examining the phenomenon of street theatre with Alister O’Loughlin, co-founder of Prodigal Theatre and performer with the Urban Playground Team....

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Time Lapse: Iranian Film in Photography

CAMA Gallery of Iranian art presents Time Lapse, an exhibition of photographs by seven prestigious Iranian film directors. ...

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St Albans Museum + Gallery, Opens

A new centre for arts and culture has opened in St Albans City....

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Meta Modernity & The End of Postmodernity?

Meta Modernity is a contender to topple the stultifying epoch that is postmodernism or is it?...

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What’s in Graham Massey’s Toolshed?

The eclectic, revolving lineup that is Graham Massey's Toolshed Collective make a rare Preston appearance at UCLAN's Media Factory, as part of Preston Jazz & Improvisation Festival...

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Alter-modern, Claiming a New Era

In 2009 at the Tate the concepts of 'Alter-modern' and 'relational aesthetics' were deployed to announce the end of postmodernity. ...

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Ed Kienholz’ Early Work

Ed Kienholz, Leda and the Canadian Honker, mixed media assemblage, 1957 d Kienholz is an assemblage artist, an installation  artist, and a conceptual artist; which is to say that his work lies...

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The Grenfell Legacy

The fire at Grenfell tower last year shocked the UK and the world, where are we one year on after the re-election of the tory council?...

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Images in the Head

The Beano, ‘Numskulls’ (c.1960) famous philosopher told his infant daughter that the crocodile she had dreamt was in her head. Terrified, that there was a crocodile in her head, she...

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He’ll Be Back: Skynet One Step Closer to Reality…

X–ray vision has long seemed like a far-fetched sci-fi fantasy, but an MIT team has gotten us closer to seeing through walls. ...

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The Great British Tattoo Show 2018

Now an established entry in the tattoo enthusiast’s calendar, the Great British Tattoo Show caters for the curious newcomer as well as seasoned, heavily-inked punters....

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The Eclipse of Postmodernism?

What are the key contenders to postmodernism and can they really end the epoch?...

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Loitered Lens: Camden Rocks 2018

A selection of our favourite snaps from Camden Rocks' 2018 instalment....

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A Grand Day Out At Camden Rocks

Team Trebuchet visit a few of our favourite Camden haunts to soak in this year's Camden Rocks....

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Postcards from the Lost Generation: Picasso 1915-1925

Review of 'Pablo Picasso: Between Cubism and Classicism 1915-1925' Ed. Berggruen and von Liechtenstein. ...

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Looking for the Next Generation

It is the time of the season. The young ones are putting their artwork on show at the outset of what they hope will be a long and successful vocation as artists....

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The Rise of the Curator

New forms of power emerge all the time and for a while they escape criticism, but not forever!...

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Sci-Fi Politicism Meets Erudite Poetry

magine another world in which extra-terrestrials roam or slide with their cyborg affiliates. Imagine their futuristic habitats, their disasters and their strange ways of breathing, approaching,...

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Equivalence & the Loss of the Engaged Human

Does postmodernity gradually traumatise the population, and is this happening in such a way that our senses cant quite grasp it?...

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