Free, floating:

Glasgow-based artist and filmmaker Rachel Nolan uses photography to abstract the mundane.

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You are the product:

Shoshana Zuboff’s treatise “Surveillance Capitalism” warns how big data commodifies us all, writes Nik Williams

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If you see me, weep:

Can hunger stones,a chilling ecological warning from our ancestors, help inform new thinking on how to save the future? By Alex Elliott

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Soldier -Talk:

Neil Cooper unearths The Red Crayola’s great lost album and post-punk’s missing link

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Checkmate Savage:

The Phantom Band’s genre defying debut is as thrilling as the day it was released in 2009, writes Neil Cooper

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