Food for the mind
Sukran Moral: A story of violence, sex and success
Five suitcases with strange white powder
Cinebra: Cinema, but with a bra
News, Politics & Tech
Deep in the Hertfordshire woods lies Farr Festival, calling you for a weekend you won’t forget…
Next term we will be producing a special issue of Artefact magazine on the theme of gender and sexuality. Like our previous collaborations (on truth
Artefact asks why the millenial generation is obsessed with online stalking, and what happens when it becomes a criminal offence.
E-commerce may be on the uprise but Artefact investigates how it still has a long way to go from being the perfect necessity.
Life & Style
Discover the coolest rooftop in Stratford, a place like nothing you have seen before.
Living in London can be expensive, so Artefact investigates how one postgraduate found an affordable home in the city.
The word ‘reflection’, theme of Artefact‘s March 2018 issue, invites to observe and to contemplate – the world, others AND ourselves.
We need to talk about the way we talk about food and diet
The French Foreign Legion is recognised to be one of the world’s most challenging military forces, and also the only one that does not incorporate women. But what do women have to say about that?
Disappearing Garden, providing visibility to maintenance workers of public spaces.
While the film Kedi was shows a tender relationship between Turks and free cats, the country has seen an increase in violence towards animals.
For some, Janteloven is what has shaped Scandinavia into the perfect, cultured and respectful region that it is. Others feel these are the burden to a prosperous, cheerful and confident generation.
Entertainment & Music
Music festivals are dominated by male musicians each year, so where are all the female musicians?
Artefact sits in on a studio session and meets the team behind the newly founded KEWS record label.
You know you’re onto something good when the don of London Jazz, Gilles Peterson says you’re ‘incredible’.
Artefact talks to Yak, a three piece band that formed in 2014, and is made up of two Brits and a Kiwi.
We examine the oldest player in the history of tennis and the secrets of his success.
How Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl performance was overshadowed by a hashtag #JanetJacksonAppreciationDay
There are more and more people becoming parents at the age of 40. Is it bad or not?
With Veganuary now over for another year, it’s time we thought about where our meat comes from.
We take a peek at the first Marvel film of 2018.
We look back on Australian DJ Mall Grab’s sold out London show at Hangar, part of the UK leg of his ‘Non-Stop Feeling’ tour.
First-hand experience of Kendrick Lamar’s Damn concert which took place at the O2 Arena in London.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 is a role-playing game (RPG) which holds onto traditional table top gaming values – this Larian Studios sequel allows for complete
A+ Truth & Terror: Special edition
Artefact examines the growing concern over the political situation in Turkey, where President Erdogan is consolidating power through fear.
Digital surveillance increasingly reminds Eastern Europeans of the sinister Soviet past.
North Korean exiles in Britain are reluctant to talk about life in the Hermit Kingdom
In a beautiful Indonesian island resort, horses are mistreated for the benefit of tourists.
Armoured by social media and open-minded directors, Pakistan’s transgender activists are taking back control over how they are perceived and alienated by society.
Nigeria struggles against Boko Haram amid continuing clamour for the return of its kidnap victims.
Two photojournalists discuss the ethical issues raised by images of suffering.
Bill Broun’s debut novel has proved remarkably prescient.