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Ellen Peirson-Hagger is the New Statesman's culture assistant.
She is the electronic musician who birthed an AI baby. But Holly Herndon isn't interested in leaving humankind behind.
The Scottish writer’s short-story collection is made up of eccentric accounts of the supernatural, the dystopian and the outright horror-filled.
Fresh from the Fringe, Islander at the Southwark Playhouse teeters on the line between reality and myth.
All Mirrors is the Missouri-born musician’s grandest album yet. But for Olsen, letting multiple musicians into her private sonic world wasn’t always easy.
Honey-Suckle Company: Omnibus, a new exhibition at the ICA, showcases the evolving artistic practices of the Berlin-based art collective.
Alongside books by Deborah Levy and Mark Haddon, the prize for "literature at its most novel" has chosen politically engaged works from independent publishers for its 2019 shortlist.
A one-room police detective drama is being released simultaneously for British, French, German and Spanish audiences.
She was the frontwoman that powered Alabama Shakes to international success. Now, she’s taking a risk on her first solo album, Jaime.
The singer's long-awaited third album, Charli, marks her out as an innovative artist aware of pop's expanding possibilities.
Waad al-Kateab’s tender film, framed as a letter to her baby daughter, records her life during the siege of Aleppo.