What makes a society?

What makes a society? According to Merriam-Webster’s definition, it is a “community, nation, or broad grouping of people having common traditions, institutions, and collective activities and interests”. However, you only have to consider your own family, workplace or neighbourhood, to realise that to this notion of homogeneity must be added those of complexity, movement and …

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editorial: (i)materiality

For our April issue, SuperGlue will look into artists who are pushing the boundaries of materiality in their work. From dissecting the medium of photography, to the on-going debate about NFTs, we hope to discuss some of the most exciting artists in our three cities who are challenging the status quo of art. What is …

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Editorial: Ruptures, Transitions, and New Beginnings

Today, what are the phenomena and dynamics that artists employ to characterize our present? There are many answers, but we have chosen to address it under the theme of Ruptures, Transitions, and New Beginnings