Offscreen is an independent print magazine that explores critical perspectives on technology through earnest conversations. As a slow, thoughtful counterbalance to the fast-paced, buzzword-heavy tech coverage online, our publication examines how we shape technology and how technology shapes us.
In this issue:
- Jocelyn K. Glei - A curator’s attempt at finding creativity and meaning in a world of fake productivity and infinite distraction.
- Angus Hervey - Preventing dystopia through optimism: the political economist on a mission to prove that science and tech can save us.
- Ashleigh Axios - The creative director of Obama’s White House calls on designers to tackle the biggest challenges of our time.
- Bryce Roberts - No more chasing the unicorn: the venture capitalist with a fairer and more humble investment strategy.
Melbourne, Australia; 160x220mm; 128 pages