Witches take to the web

1 Mins read

Witchcraft reigned supreme in 1990s pop culture, inspiring a generation of young women and girls to explore the occult. But what about today? What defines the 21st-century witch?

Artefact met with self-proclaimed witch Olivia, to discuss what makes modern witchcraft. She discusses spell-casting, societal segregation and the influence social media has had on her active practice.




Featured image by Ricardo Rosado via Flickr CC

Related posts

The yassification of Pope Francis: Gen Z want nice guys in charge

5 Mins read
‘Why is Pope Francis all over my Instagram feed?’, you might be wondering. A new group of supporters have found favour with the pontiff and his modern approach to a traditional role.

'It's pretty dire': Struggling for a post-university job

1 Mins read
Recent graduates speak on their experience in the London job market, and give advice to their peers and other soon to be jobseekers.

Beyond the canvas: Guerresi's M-Eating at Tate Modern

3 Mins read
Unveiling spiritual reflections in the social media era