Instagram and Black Censorship: Where Did It All Go So Wrong?
The censorship of black artists on and offline has gone on far too long. But who is to blame? Instagram's users or the platform itself.
Essay: Red Flag, Blue Pencil
Constructed: Lara Johnson-Wheeler on how China's restrictions on online content, art and freedom of speech affect both established and emerging creatives.
Interview: Layla Sailor on Chinese Fashion Film
Artist and educator Layla Sailor discusses censorship, creativity and teaching fashion film in China.
Essay: Why a Square Nation Should Come Out
Bobby Luo, with the help of ghost writer Firdaos Pidau, posits that Singapore's conservative views on sexuality are holding back its art.
Essay: The Worst Thing in The World
Killed: John Taylor on the role of photographic images in experiencing catastrophe, specifically that of 9/11.
Essay: A War Against Aesthetics
Killed: Jo-Ann Furniss on fashion's reactions - knee-jerk or otherwise - to September 11.
Editorial Gallery: Killed
A selection of controversial editorial and catwalk imagery of 2001-2002, some of which was never published.
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