Genesis Breyer P-Orridge is one of the few living artists people call legendary without hesitation. Since the late ‘60s, the avant-garde provocateur has helmed a wildly prolific career as a groundbreaking performance artist, inventor of industrial music, writer, confrontational thinker, and “wrecker of civilization,” as deemed by Parliament upon P-Orridge’s eight-year exile from Britain in the early ‘90s. Few words are profound enough to match the astounding story of such a shapeshifting radical, someone who has,… [read more »]
K-HOLE has released its third issue, THE K-HOLE BRAND ANXIETY MATRIX, a deep look into how consumers are managing emerging anxieties in the face of an ever-evolving and increasingly branded cultural landscape.
“We know our preferences are being calculated and used to predict our next moves, but we still don’t feel like we can take our hands off the joystick. The job of the advanced consumer is managing anxiety, period.”
The K-HOLE Brand Anxiety Matrix issue examines case studies of the Isabel Marant internal wedge sneaker, olfactory design, IUDs, and the Lapka personal environment monitor, and explores the expanding dimensions of anxiety in the contemporary setting. You can download the new issue here.
K-HOLE is a trend forecasting report by Greg Fong, Sean Monahan, Emily Segal, Chris Sherron, and Dena Yago.