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I interviewed acclaimed printmaker and digital artist Favianna Rodriguez on the role political art plays in social movements.
Marjane Satrapi is one of the most inspiring storytellers of our time. She is the embodiment of an artist who uses creativity to express her political views. Satrapi is best known as the French-Iranian graphic novelist whose best-selling books, Persepolis … Continue reading
One of the best things about my job is that I get to attend all kinds of events where I get to listen to (and sometimes interview) some really interesting people. A couple of years ago I started the “Focus” … Continue reading
While many attendees at the Mobile World Congress have focused mainly on all the latest and greatest mobile tools, a discussion that has gone largely under the radar is the so-called “digital caste system.” Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt said … Continue reading