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DIS Magazine: Vertiginously compelling | Fabio Santacroce

Vertiginously compelling | Fabio Santacroce

Up and down the 63rd-77th steps

DIS Magazine: Bernie Sanders for President

Bernie Sanders for President

#workforbernie

DIS Magazine: Women’s History Museum FW16

Women’s History Museum FW16

Details by Ilya Smirnov

DIS Magazine: Vaquera | Refined and nasty

Vaquera | Refined and nasty

An interview with Bryn Taubensee

DIS Magazine: Lobbyless | Micah Hesse

Lobbyless | Micah Hesse

If the buildings adjoining parliament lacked lobbies, would lobbyists lobby less?

DIS Magazine: >>be me – a collection of greentexts

>>be me – a collection of greentexts

>>by aapo nikkanen:

DIS Magazine: NAAFI Gave Tribal the Compilation It Deserved

NAAFI Gave Tribal the Compilation It Deserved

NAAFI: No Ambition And Fuck-all Interest

DIS Magazine: Holacracy | Mike Pepi

Holacracy | Mike Pepi

In Holacracy, authority is distributed. You are all now entrepreneurs.

DIS Magazine: The Terror of Total Dasein | Hito Steyerl

The Terror of Total Dasein | Hito Steyerl

Junktime happens when information is not power, but comes as pain.

DIS Magazine: Telfar S/S 2016

Telfar S/S 2016

Sophisticated, leisurely, effortless. And, as always, Extremely Normal™.

DIS Magazine: The Phallus in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

The Phallus in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

And How to File the Phallacy of the “Privileged” Avant-guard(e)

DIS Magazine: Pour Yourself with Yourself

Pour Yourself with Yourself

Pamela Rosenkranz is working on the materiality of what we perceive as immaterial

DIS Magazine: ÅYR (FKA. Airbnb Pavilion) presents ‘Comfort Zone’

ÅYR (FKA. Airbnb Pavilion) presents ‘Comfort Zone’

Is your bedroom the last site of resistance to capitalism?

DIS Magazine: Returning to the site of protest

Returning to the site of protest

Is the town of Oracle, AZ as prescient a microcosm as its name would suggest?

DIS Magazine: Vanished Reality

Vanished Reality

Advertising is more emotional than you might think.

DIS Magazine: Things to return to the store

Things to return to the store

The work will be on display until Monday, then I will return the things back to the store.

DIS Magazine: Vanessa DisPlaced |Racism vs. Censorship

Vanessa DisPlaced |Racism vs. Censorship

Poet Vanessa Place trades sincerity for triggering text only to find herself in the art world’s own Bermuda Triangle.

DIS Magazine: Hippias Minor | Paul Chan?

Hippias Minor | Paul Chan?

A reimagining of Plato's most controversial dialogue

DIS Magazine: Trailing and the modern office

Trailing and the modern office

A web series for the world we work in

DIS Magazine: Are you HARD-CORE?

Are you HARD-CORE?

The amsterdam collective talks algorithmic curation, anonymous collaboration and indonesian breakfast