To Erase A Cloud- Jim Longden, 2021 (Trailer and Film Review)
Critique, Film - -

 Lauryn-Ashley Vandyke

STP premieres Jim Longden’s first film trailer with a review from STP Blog Editor in Chief. To Erase a Cloud will be released in Summer 2021.

Machine Labor Intensive with Kaitlyn Jo Smith + Genevieve Goffman
Art, Critique, Culture - - Tyler Glenn

Tyler Nicole Glenn brings artists Kaitlyn Jo Smith and Genevieve Goffman together for a virtual studio visit + conversation where they discuss technology's role in their art practice, where they find their inspiration, and life as an artist after completing an MFA.

Curatorial Instigation with Now Curation
Art, Critique, Culture -
Thea Voyles and Sieun Lee started their curatorial collective, Now Curation, in January 2019. You can explore their projects on their instagram and website. Read More >>
Panoptic Party People
Art, Critique, Culture - - Evan Moore
Evan Moore explores the art gallery space within the context of panoptic architecture. Read More >>
The Impossible Dream : A Manifesto On Sustainability. 
Critique, Fashion - - Isabelle Saxton

For Isabelle Saxton, sustainability is the most important part of design. Her thesis collection, The Impossible Dream, is high in contrast, mashed together, somewhat clumsy, mostly loved, and tremendously accidental. It visibly Stands Out For Sustainability to achieve its end goal of educating the viewer about sustainability, expose environmental hoaxes, and encourage self-motivated learning.

Reclaiming ‘Bimbo’ with Biz Sherbert and Carol Li
Art, Critique, Culture, Fashion - - Tyler Glenn
Tyler Nicole Glenn brings artist Carol Li and fashion theorist Biz Sherbert together for a virtual studio visit + conversation where they discuss influences, self-infantilization and how Gen Z rules contemporary culture. Read More >>
Billie Eilish v. Kim Gordon - Who Wore It Better?
Critique, Culture, Music - - Maya Kotomori

This title is clickbait. I have no authorly will to pit two women against each other – a sin in this century’s former years’ unofficial feminist scripture. My general desire, instead, is to considerhow these two women show a bond of sisterhood – a virtue from a different page of the same feminist scripture. In thinking about feminism and women, time and place, I think about Billie Eilish and Kim Gordon (yes, respectively).  I remember reading this quote from Billie earlier this year, and decided to ignore it at risk of deep frying my brain. Don’t get me wrong –...