Art +
Ethnography
Issue
A streetscape on a sunny day. The sidewalk is busy. Most of the street signs and shop signs have kanji on them.

When deep research produces complex insights that are then applied to any creative endeavour, it is exciting. But when it is applied to art, the results seem almost magical. Peeps Issue 3 looks at the moments when art becomes ethnography and when ethnography becomes art. Editorial

The Writing on the Wall

Making with Magic

A still from Leviathan. A tattooed man in a grey tank top, seen through glass, works aboard the ship. His head is tilted to the side, his expression shows fatigue, and a cigarette dangles from his lips.

Debating Leviathan

Because We Haven’t Left

The Extraordinary Dakinis

Peeps is New Again! →

Podcast

Peeps 3 Playlist

Peeps Playlist 1:
September 16th, 2019.

Cultural context and a healthy dose of human insight mix to make some great tunes in our first playlist. Help us make it deeper and richer (and more fun :))…

Editorial

Issue 3 of Peeps

Welcome to Issue 03 of Peeps Magazine. We’re back and better than ever!

The red numeral 3 is superimposed over a photograph of a city sidewalk. Japanese writing appears on a sign. A shop window reflects traffic, a line of parked cars, and a man walking away from the camera.

Archives

Culture World Affairs

A Talk About Palestine & Israel

Dr. Sa’ed Atshan curates a panel to talk about context and lived experience of Israeli apartheid.

Magazine Practice

Beyond the Disease

Unveiling how the struggle for identity can become a matter of life or death for young men living with hemophilia.

Curation

The Generation Gap Bites Back: Gen Z & Millenials Call Out Boomer Privilege with Digital Eyeroll ↗

The NY Times dropped a great piece today on how Boomers call anyone younger than themselves “Millenial”, and Gen Z and Millenials have responded with “OK, Boomer”