Tag: science fiction

The Serenely Uncanny Sound of Destruction: Foster Neville

How do fake folk memories and an uncanny set of influences inform a new electronic music release? Alexei Monroe reviews Foster Neville's The Edge of Destruction on Bibliotapes....

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Soviet Space Graphics: Cosmic Visions from the USSR

A comprehensive collection in which to get lost and marvel at a time when whatever was plausible was seen as achievable....

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Science Fiction and New Dimensions in Art

Adam Dix: The subtle elevation of iconography and reality...

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Geoff Diego Litherland, Painter of Another Present

Explore human hopes and technological power while worrying away at the fragility of life on Earth, welcome to the worlds of Geoff Diego Litherland. ...

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Consumed By Cronenberg

For the Canadian master of body horror, novel-writing is a cut too far...

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Do You Want Shinier Computer Graphics? You Got ‘Em

UCSD technicians unveil new techniques for creating shiny computer graphics for film, games and TV. Report...

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Futurism, Vorticism and the Prescience of H.G. Wells (Part Two)

150 years after his birth, the influence of H.G. Wells on contemporary art is still being felt....

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Saw it Coming. Futurism, Vorticism and the Prescience of H.G. Wells

On the 150th anniversary of his birth, H.G. Wells continues to inspire. ...

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The Man in the Amazon Castle (No Spoilers)

Amazon Prime and Ridley Scott team up to bring Philip K Dick's The Man in the High Castle to the screen. Trebuchet recommends...

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