Greta Rainbow writes about art books, old MTV shows, digital ephemerality, cringe, Depop, kissing, refugee camp design, Catholic aesthetics, street sounds, translation, matchbooks, radio stations ...










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essays 


Lost to the Sands of Time: Ephemerality in the Digital Age / Majuscule
The Rights to Public Sound Space / Hii Magazine
Godpilled: Pronouncing Their Love for the Lord / Editorial Magazine
The Co-Founders of @press_sf Are Reading Between The Times / SSENSE
Depop Captions Are Becoming The New Blogs To Read / Nylon
Breakups That Broke Us: Michelle Williams and Phil Elverum / InStyle
Are Alex Jones and Jacob Wohl Performance Artists? / The Outline
Considering Gender in the Age of AICAN, the Unhuman Artist / Topical Cream


profiles 


Comic artist Johnny Damm / The Creative Independent
Skin in the Game: Red Bets on the Future of Fashion / Red DAO
Journalist Emma Madden / The Creative Independent
Clothing Designer Moriah Black / The Creative Independent
Author Anna Dorn / Shondaland
Designers Jeremy Karl and Eugene Angelo / Friends With Benefits WIP
Meet Leia Jospé, Curator of Cringe / W Magazine
Meet the Internet’s Favorite Movie Critic / Downtime
Filmmaker Isabel Sandoval / The Face
Tattoo Project Body Spells / The Creative Independent
Photographer Pelle Cass / Atlas Obscura
Everyone Is Kissing Tommy Kha / Interview
A Conversation With Hans Waege / Collecteurs

criticism


VoiceNotesCore: On Joanna Hogg’s The Eternal Daughter / LARB
Martine Syms Satirizes the MFA Experience / i-D
The Dynamism of Translated Works / Shondaland
Cookie Mueller’s Collected Stories / W Magazine
Jorge de León Archives Our Times On Canvas / Observer 
The Syrian Refugees Creating Design From Displacement / The Guardian
Joel Sternfeld’s American Prospects / The Brooklyn Rail
Amalia Ulman’s El Planeta / The Face
MTV’s Downtown Is a Hyperspecific Time Capsule / Vulture
Sarah Jaffe’s Work Won’t Love You Back / Bustle
Ragnar Kjartansson’s Circle of Death, Beauty and Time / I Care If You Listen
The Intimate Local History Hidden In High Maintenance / Observer
Telling the Story of Zimbabwe’s Subversive Creatives / Lit Hub
Inside Out and Upside Down: Tibor Kalman / Cooper Hewitt
Housebound: Portraits from the Winter Garden / The Belgo Report
Flesh, Blood, and Everything Nice, That’s What Girls Are Made Of / The Fine Print


reports


Location Sharing Is A Way of Life / Buzzfeed News
Finding Meaning in Freelancing Outside Validation / Study Hall
The Best Looks From The Governors Ball / The FADER
‘Social Media Manager’ Is A Lot Harder Than It Sounds / Money
A Weekend at CHOP, Seattle’s Police-Free Zone / Bustle
Hey Internet DJ / The Brooklyn Rail