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The Real Review Magazine Issue 10 (New Renaissance) is here. We can’t go back, but we don’t want to. Nor can we go on like this much longer. What will emerge from such a transitional phase, when the civic body is so lacking in health (physical, moral, political and economic)?

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Issue 10 (New Renaissance) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. We can’t go back, but we don’t want to. Nor can we go on like this much longer. What will emerge from such a transitional phase, when the civic body is so lacking in health (physical, moral, political and economic)?

The Renaissance was not an end in itself, but a bridge between two paradigms (feudalism and modernity). It was a cultural movement that diverted history by rediscovering lost pasts. Today, we do not need newness to cut short capitalist realism, to restore a degraded nature, to achieve greater equality. We have everything necessary for change. We only need the will.

What is a renaissance? We interview His Holiness Pope Francis on the commodification of our souls. Writer EKOW ESHUN analyzes WEB BOIS’ double consciousness. Curator ARIA DEAN reviews FUTURE’s Mask Off and Black excellence. Photographer STEPHEN SHORE, in conversation with JACK SELF, analyzes pictures of the present. Artist ISSY WOOD analyzes Diet Coke. Editor and NHS worker REBECCA SHARP takes a look at the SOCIALIST PATIENTS COLLECTIVE, while activists BRADY NG and HERA CHAN analyzes Hong Kong protest strategies.

The magazine is a quarterly contemporary culture publication from the UK with the strapline “what it means to live today”. Our agenda focuses on the politics of space, and trying to understand how everyday conditions enforce and reinforce power relations. Through engaging analysis, evaluation and enquiry, this issue pursues what it means to live today.

Content: Real Review – Issue 10

Also in the issue: HUW LEMMEY reviews PIETRO ARETINO, the Renaissance master of pornographic literature and blackmail. TRAUM INC. with REAL REVIEW present a Renaissance collaboration inspired by MARCUS AURELIUS and GIOTTO. Artist ANNA BLESSMANN reviews absent artefacts and Indigenous activist PEKERI RUSKA reviews the Aboriginal concept of country. PEER ILLNER reviews WhatsApp and surveillance capitalism, while ADJUSTMENTS AGENCY reviews groundbreaking ceremonies. AHMED and RASHID BIN SHABIB review pigeon architecture and artist BEN CULLEN WILLIAMS reviews Antarctica (through the lens of AI neural networks). CHARLIE ROBIN JONES reviews horoscopes, MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE reviews solitude and JACK SELF reviews the internet.

Featuring

Pope Francis
Ekow Eshun
Aria Dean
Stephen Shore
Issy Wood
Huw Lemmey
Traum Inc.
Anna Blessmann
Rebecca Sharp
Brady Ng
Hera Chan
Pekeri Ruska
Peer Illner
A & R. bin Shabib
Adjustments Agency
Ben Cullen Williams
Charlie Robin Jones
Jack Self
Michel de Montaigne
WEB Bois

Article No. bfrealreview0010 Published by Real Review Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Weight 360 g Dimensions 30 × 20 × 2 cm

Issue 10 (New Renaissance) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. We can’t go back, but we don’t want to. Nor can we go on like this much longer. What will emerge from such a transitional phase, when the civic body is so lacking in health (physical, moral, political and economic)?

The Renaissance was not an end in itself, but a bridge between two paradigms (feudalism and modernity). It was a cultural movement that diverted history by rediscovering lost pasts. Today, we do not need newness to cut short capitalist realism, to restore a degraded nature, to achieve greater equality. We have everything necessary for change. We only need the will.

What is a renaissance? We interview His Holiness Pope Francis on the commodification of our souls. Writer EKOW ESHUN analyzes WEB BOIS’ double consciousness. Curator ARIA DEAN reviews FUTURE’s Mask Off and Black excellence. Photographer STEPHEN SHORE, in conversation with JACK SELF, analyzes pictures of the present. Artist ISSY WOOD analyzes Diet Coke. Editor and NHS worker REBECCA SHARP takes a look at the SOCIALIST PATIENTS COLLECTIVE, while activists BRADY NG and HERA CHAN analyzes Hong Kong protest strategies.

The magazine is a quarterly contemporary culture publication from the UK with the strapline “what it means to live today”. Our agenda focuses on the politics of space, and trying to understand how everyday conditions enforce and reinforce power relations. Through engaging analysis, evaluation and enquiry, this issue pursues what it means to live today.

Content: Real Review – Issue 10

Also in the issue: HUW LEMMEY reviews PIETRO ARETINO, the Renaissance master of pornographic literature and blackmail. TRAUM INC. with REAL REVIEW present a Renaissance collaboration inspired by MARCUS AURELIUS and GIOTTO. Artist ANNA BLESSMANN reviews absent artefacts and Indigenous activist PEKERI RUSKA reviews the Aboriginal concept of country. PEER ILLNER reviews WhatsApp and surveillance capitalism, while ADJUSTMENTS AGENCY reviews groundbreaking ceremonies. AHMED and RASHID BIN SHABIB review pigeon architecture and artist BEN CULLEN WILLIAMS reviews Antarctica (through the lens of AI neural networks). CHARLIE ROBIN JONES reviews horoscopes, MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE reviews solitude and JACK SELF reviews the internet.

Featuring

Pope Francis
Ekow Eshun
Aria Dean
Stephen Shore
Issy Wood
Huw Lemmey
Traum Inc.
Anna Blessmann
Rebecca Sharp
Brady Ng
Hera Chan
Pekeri Ruska
Peer Illner
A & R. bin Shabib
Adjustments Agency
Ben Cullen Williams
Charlie Robin Jones
Jack Self
Michel de Montaigne
WEB Bois

Article No. bfrealreview0010 Published by Real Review Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Weight 360 g Dimensions 30 × 20 × 2 cm
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