Modern Matter #21 – The Shape of Things to Come

Modern Matter #21 – The Shape of Things to Come
Author: Olu Michael Odukoya (Ed.)
Publisher: Modern Matter
Language: English
Pages: -
Size: 21 x 27.5 cm
Weight: 540 g
Binding: Softcover
Availability: In stock
Price: €18.00
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Issue 21: 'The Shape of Things to Come'

Our latest issue stands at the nexus of art, culture, and technology. In it, we break new ground through images, interviews, and articles created with the assistance of AI. In fact, 80% of the research materials and ideas were conducted by the AI assistant, making this a truly groundbreaking publication, once again pushing the boundaries of the possible.

The Andy Warhol Diaries Review

Revolutionising Fashion: The Impact of AI on the industry

Distinct Architectural Legacies:
Soviet, Chinese, and American
Influences in African Urban
Planning and Development


P.2–13 Unveiling the Future: The AI Library System at the Kunstbibliothek at Stiftung Sitterwerk
P.14–27 New Future
P.28–35 Revolutionising Fashion: The Role of Artificial Intelligence
P.36–40 Warholism by JoeFyfe
P.42–45 Redefining Humanity: The Dawn of the Age of Intelligence
P.52–63 The Usual Suspects by Takashi Homma: Styled by Shotaro Yamaguchi
P.64–71 Abstract Expressions: Unveiling the Colorful World of Katherine Bernhardt
P.72–117 MISPRINT: Selected Misprint archive from Modern Matter 2013 - 2018
P.118–123 Convergence of Expression: A Visual Tapestry by Olu Odukoya at Kunstgiesserei St.Gallen
P.124–128 Black and White in Fashion: A Dichotomy of Uniformity and Futuristic Aesthetics

Join Modern Matter on an exciting journey into the future in the new issue: 'The Shape of Things to Come'