Goldsmiths' Official Student Magazine
"As someone who is witnessing Brexit unravel not having voted for it, someone who is only old enough to vote for the first this year and someone who writes critically of politicians and politics, it can become all too easy to sit back and complain about those who are making the decisions and the decisions they make" - Politics Editor Clare Morris provides a reflective review of Tom Black's 'Crisis? What Crisis?’
Arts&Culture editor Joseph Hewlett-Hall discusses the spectacle, performativity and mastery of the artist's most recent exhibition.
There’s a time and a pace
"A stunning visual spectacle boosted by imaginative modern re-interpretation." Fred Garrett-Stanley reviews a recent performance at the Bridge Theatre...
"Zombi Child is a fresh much needed addition to the undead genre, which has been largely white-washed by Western cinema. Not only because of its return to the zombi origins, but due to the subtle nuances with which it does so." Billie Walker reviews a new film addition to the zombie genre...
"The Dead Don’t Die goes too far in its nods to the undead, more of a vigorous head-shake, becoming the know-it-all who wears horror merchandise to demonstrate their superior taste." Billie Walker reviews an upcoming film...
Politics editor Billie Walker reviews Natasha Lennard's new Verso publication on committing to a non-facist life...
"Every moment of Counting Sheep was a welcomed intrusion on the senses." Billie Walker reviews an immersive theatre experience created by Mark and Marichka Marczyk...
In the second instalment of our Spring Reading List series, Josie Bird reviews Constance de Jong's recently reissued 'Modern Love'. Thick with temporal ambiguity, de Jong's love letter to 70s counterculture possesses an 'emotional current throbbing beneath the sprawling surface of the novel', which we hope you can enjoy during April's essay glut...