Silent Frame introduces readers to a handful of artworks every week – from painting to poetry, fashion to food design. Read recent articles below, or browse our columns via the links above.
A young boy makes his way through a menacing forest in this video game, developed by Playdead.
A promising English novelist embarks on a stateside journey in this wry novel by Malcolm Bradbury.
‘Art is a vehicle to make us think differently.’ We talk to visual artist Grace Ndiritu.
Fractal domes, Muay Thai combat, and young anglers feature in this selection of four Thai artworks.
Orlando travels through time and changes gender in Sally Potter's film adaptation of Virginia Woolf's novel.
SeaWorld shows and hospital beds feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Cetacean'.
New to Silent Frame? Explore the articles we published in 2017 by reading the roundups below.
Our 2017 interviewees pose questions to their fellow artists, authors, composers, and filmmakers.
A roundup of all of Silent Frame's 2017 interviews for The Brief, from Emma Donoghue to Marina Lewycka.
A roundup of artworks featured in the Collected Works: Art column in 2017, from Etel Adnan to Cindy Sherman.
A roundup of films featured in the Collected Works: Film column in 2017, from Clueless to Waking Life.
A roundup of the books featured in the Collected Works: Literature column in 2017, from Alias Grace to Maus.
A roundup of the albums featured in the Collected Works: Music column in 2017, from Ege Bamyasi to Hejira.
A roundup of the visual artworks and video games featured in the Perspectives column in 2017.
A roundup of the films, poems, stories, and graphic novels featured in the Perspectives column in 2017.
A roundup of the artworks featured in the Rule of Three column in 2017, from Archipelago to Ligneous.
A roundup of the artworks featured in the Rule of Three column in 2017, from Moribund to Zodiac.
A roundup of artworks by African and Asian artists featured in the States of the Arts column in 2017.
A roundup of artworks from Europe, Oceania, and the Americas featured in the States of the Arts column in 2017.
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