Paint and Illustration

Neon cyber-punk fantasy and the streaming artist

Artist and illustrator Nen Chang talks about the nature of her work, taking advantage of the Twitch community, and building a fan-base outside of the gallery scene.

Performance Installation

The things we do are a bit ridiculous

Speaking with Hannah Anbert on performing the contraptions of exhaustion culture during her current exhibition ‘Slower and Cheaper’ at Overgaden Institut for Samtidskunst in Copenhagen

New Single

Sawa-Manga

Neo-R&B soaked South London’s musical imaginary

Video Premier

The Van kicks out ‘Vanilla Sky’

As the four-piece releases the first video of their new album, I take the opportunity to jibber-jabber on a record that has been on continuous rotation on my speakers.

Graphic Illustration

An Interview with Joakim Drescher

Graphic art exploring the terrifying and hilarious depths of existential absurdity.

Choreographic artist talk

declan whitaker

The Irish choreographer describes his research on audience experience in modern performance and how to test the limits of attention span

Interview with Hannah Anbert 'Slower and Cheaper’ Exhibition at Overgaden
Performance Installation

The things we do are a bit ridiculous

Speaking with Hannah Anbert on performing the contraptions of exhaustion culture during her current exhibition ‘Slower and Cheaper’ at Overgaden Institut for Samtidskunst in Copenhagen

New Single

Sawa-Manga

Neo-R&B soaked South London’s musical imaginary

Behind the Scene of The Van music video
Video Premier

The Van kicks out ‘Vanilla Sky’

As the four-piece releases the first video of their new album, I take the opportunity to jibber-jabber on a record that has been on continuous rotation on my speakers.

Joakim Drescher artwork for Blacklisted Magazine
Graphic Illustration

An Interview with Joakim Drescher

Graphic art exploring the terrifying and hilarious depths of existential absurdity.

Choreographic artist talk

declan whitaker

The Irish choreographer describes his research on audience experience in modern performance and how to test the limits of attention span

Choreography

Kitt Johnson on choreography in action

Preceding her guest artist talk for the Choreography in Action series, Danish choreographer Kitt Johnson takes a moment to speak about her career, her fascination with existentialist themes, and the subordinate elements of performance.

Fusion Jazz

Mathias Heise Quadrillion

Letting the waves of raw musicianship wash over us as we kick out another Spirit Session – this time with the four-piece Danish fusion band Mathius Heise Quadrillion.

Arnout van Albaba Jell-O Grape painting for Blacklisted Magazine
Still Life

Arnout Van Albada

Dutch artist Arnout van Albada speaks about his tantalizing food portraits and his obsession with creating picturesque expressions of mundane objects.

Interview with Rose Eken about her exhibition
Contemporary Sculpture

Rose Eken crafts a culture of resistance at V1

The Danish sculpture artist takes us back to a more rebellious youth through her newest collection and speaks about how resistance is more important than ever.

Frame from Goran Sergej Pristas and Badco. work entitled
Guest Lecture

Institutions Need to be Constructed

Prof. Goran Sergej Pristaš, the co-founder of the Zagreb artistic collective BADco., gives an artist talk discussing the valorization of cultural institutions.

Spirit Sessions with The Van for Blacklisted Magazine

Spirit Sessions with:

Cosmic Waves interview with Blacklisted Magazine
Post Rock

Taking a ride on those Cosmic Waves

The Copenhagen four-piece speaks about their debut single, being a part of a queer feministic music collective, and life in the Danish DIY music scene.

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Mark Lovejoy interview with Blacklisted
Photography

Diving into a vivid chromatic ocean of ink

Artist Mark Lovejoy talks about his colorful motion-filled images capturing the life within ink and paint.

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Street Artist

The Art of Everyday Life

It’s not easy making your daily routines into art, but Copenhagen artist HuskMitNavn (Remember My Name) has transferred what could be lost in the daily commotion into an appreciation of the small, sincere details.

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research photo of the Fanclub performance 'We Are Dancers'
Choreography

Fanclub Presents: ‘We Are Dancers’

It’s an evening of the nomadic, as the Copenhagen-based ambulant collective Fanclub joins the now temporarily vagabond Dansehallenre for their latest iteration of We Are Dancers

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Foonyap photo by Anastasia Lutz Orozco for interview with Blacklisted
Experimental Pop

The other worldly sounds of Foonyap

Speaking with the Chinese / Canadian song bird about growing up split between two cultures and how a mix of classical training and rebellion has shaped her sound

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Per Bloch portrait by Lars-Schwander
Album Remix

Per Bloch: KOKORO remakes

One year after artist/musician Per Bloch hit the scene with an album that defied logic, he's back at the workbench remaking it into something even stranger.

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Loving our new partnership

We are proud to announce our official partnership with the growing creative social media platform Ello. They’ve built a social media platform for artists, by artists – and that is a vision that we share.

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Artwork by Colombian artist and photographer Andres Marti
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Still Life

Arnout Van Albada

Dutch artist Arnout van Albada speaks about his tantalizing food portraits and his obsession with creating picturesque expressions of mundane objects.

Contemporary Sculpture

Rose Eken crafts a culture of resistance at V1

The Danish sculpture artist takes us back to a more rebellious youth through her newest collection and speaks about how resistance is more important than ever.

Guest Lecture

Institutions Need to be Constructed

Prof. Goran Sergej Pristaš, the co-founder of the Zagreb artistic collective BADco., gives an artist talk discussing the valorization of cultural institutions.

Portrait Painting

Exploring the unorthodox canvases of Juan Miguel Palacios

The Brooklyn-based artist lets us in on his unique selection of mediums and technique for expanding traditional two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional expression.

Modern Cubism

Eric Pause and his fractured moments in time

Exchanging some digital words with the Ontario-based artist about the collabs, spray cans, and dunnys that help shaped his style.

Indie Pop

Shy Shy Shy broke my Spotify

Repeated listens to the Copenhagen duo’s new album ‘Make Up’ have created some entertaining, and hilarious, suggested playlists.