150 x 210 mm, 52 pages
First published 2021
Editor: Ruby Rees-Sheridan
One of the outcomes of our The Flatplan masterclass, Screen_time explores the role an endless stream of imagery plays in our new, digital-thick world through essays, interviews and visual features.
In their own words they 'investigate how networked photography intersects with society, culture, economics, politics and everything in between. We’re here to crack open black boxes, ponder upon feeds and trace the stories behind our clicks, posts and shares.'
This still lo-fi second issue has a new look and features stories exploring the inevitable death of the iPod (RIP), how digital puns are fighting back against online censoring in China, documenting Mexico's feminist movement, memes, DALL-E and more.