Modern Matter is a contemporary art & culture biannual from the United Kingdom.
From Olu Odukoya, about the issue: Is Tomorrow Better? This issue is an anthology, a think tank within an object. Each story, each spread page; all are free to intertwine and co-exist. The reader is a participant in their own right, invited to turn a kaleidoscope of ideas, stories and journeys in any way they see fit. It’s a puzzle with no ‘correct’ answer. Same ideas, different configuration. Both the front and back cover are entrances into the magazine.
In the issue: Commercial Break, Senta Simond; Integration, Olu Odukoya; Couture, Olu Odukoya; Earth, Jen Carey; Yellow Dots, Olu Odukoya; Lindsay's Ankle, Philippa Snow; Commuters, Miho Miyachi; What Do You See?, Sadie Coles; Handle, Alice Neale; Balenciaga Special, Sam Rock; Fashionista, Anne-Sophie Berger and Martina Tiefenthaler; Displacement, Felipe Baeza; Somewhere in LA, Philippa Snow; LA Traffic, Colin Dodgson; Selected Works, Barbara Kruger; Indian Boys' Polaroids, Olu Odukoya; Prada Back View, Anders Endstr
8.25 x 11", 131 pages
+ accompanying 21 x 32" pull-out word search poster