On virtual exhibition trends emerging during the coronavirus pandemic, considering aesthetic and colonial legacies of 'IRL' museums
Marcus Rashford is challenging neoliberal framings of poverty. We should call him a hero, argues Siobhan McGuirk – without letting his sponsors off the hook
Opinion article published in the i newspaper, marking ten years since Jimmy Mubenga's unlawful death.
Commentary on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the UK arts industry, highlighting the danger of working class artists facing further exclusions post-lockdown – not least in world of comedy
As ministers equivocate over lockdown guidance, we’re gearing up for another weekend of public shaming. It’s a classic Conservative move: blame the people for government failures
Games and play have always functioned as tools for socialisation – and politicisation. So why do we continue to underestimate the radical potential of video games?