SPOOK IS A PROGESSIVE CULTURE MAGAZINE, PUBLISHING INNOVATIVE CONTENT IN THE REALMS OF FASHION, MUSIC, ART, FILM AND POLITICS.
Ellena Savage ~ February 27th, 2015
Human history is a history of war and weird claims on history made by politically dictatorial types. So if the default position is darkness, why write?
Spook ~ February 27th, 2015
This week we reported on Japan's robot nurses that look exactly like a Dreamworks character. So, if these robot nurses could be designed to look like anything - or anyone - who would you want them to look like? Fire away, imagination!
Garry Westmore ~ February 27th, 2015
On the eve of it's 25th run, outgoing Festival Director Lisa Daniel talks program highlights and the almost exponential growth of Melbourne's Queer Film Festival.
Katy Hall ~ February 27th, 2015
Six years after its creation, we speak to the artist behind the SKIN portrait series about what it takes to love the skin you’re in.
Cam Hassard ~ February 27th, 2015
The robots are coming and they've already started to take our jobs. It's not the stuff of science fiction: we’re in for a wholesale rethink of our economic, political and social systems.
Keats Mulligan ~ February 26th, 2015
Despite the high change Twerps has faced in recent times, things are looking and feeling good, says Jules McFarlane.
Spook ~ February 26th, 2015
Low on cash but dying to head to this year's Inca Road Festival? We've got you covered!
Garry Westmore ~ February 26th, 2015
Melbourne photographer Abi Varney trekked it to Coober Pedy for her latest exhibition 'Rough and Cut', a series of snaps exploring the intriguing interiors and sparse surroundings of the once booming mining town. We caught up with Varney ahead of the exhibitions opening.