Thomas
McMullan


Writer and artist


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Non-fiction

Kōbō Abe (2020)
    [Essay] Granta : Link

The Art World Goes Virtual (2020)
    [Feature] Frieze: Link

What was British Surrealism? (2020)
    [Feature] Frieze: Link

Design as Adventure (2020)
    [Feature] Aesthetica: Link

Lina Bo Bardi: Design as Resolution (2020)
    [Feature] Aesthetica: Link

Organic Architecture (2020)
    [Feature] Aesthetica: Link

Beazley Designs of the Year (2020)
    [Review] Aesthetica

Moving to Mars (2020)
    [Review] Aesthetica

"I Felt Like a Time Traveler": 6 Months Without the Internet (2019)
    [Feature] OneZero: Link

Architects Are Playing With the Future of Design in Video Games (2019)
    [Feature] OneZero: Link

This Outfit Can Help Deaf People Feel Music (2019)
    [Feature] OneZero: Link

The Robots of the Future Should Look Like Puppets (2019)
    [Feature] OneZero: Link

Ghosts in the machine (2019)
    [Feature] The Face: Link

Nam June Paik At Tate Modern (2019)
    [Review] Frieze: Link

This Year’s London Film Festival Is Wild at Heart (2019)
    [Feature] Frieze: Link

How Video Game ‘Blasphemous’ Embraces the Catholic Gothic Tradition (2019)
    [Feature] Frieze: Link

Julie Cockburn at Flowers Gallery (2019)
    [Review] Aesthetica: Link

The Future of Archeology Is Plastic (2019)
    [Feature] OneZero: Link

Who Controls Augmented Reality? (2019)
    [Feature] OneZero: Link

Was Modern Architecture Shaped by the 20th Century’s Obsession with Tuberculosis? (2019)
    [Review] Frieze: Link

Christian Marclay Wants Us to Stop, Look and Listen (2019)
    [Review] Frieze: Link

Prompting Conversations (2019)
    [Feature] Aesthetica: Link

‘Is This Tomorrow?’: Artists and Architects Step into an Uncertain Future' Frieze (2019)
    [Review] Frieze: Link

Cities are louder than ever – and it's the poor who suffer most (2019)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

How swarming drones will change warfare (2019)
    [Feature] BBC News: Link

The unstoppable meme machine is tearing The Simpsons in two (2019)
    [Feature] Wired: Link

Is Porn Becoming a Monopoly? (2019)
    [Feature] Medium: Link

A.I. Judges: The Future of Justice Hangs in the Balance (2019)
    [Feature]  Medium: Link

Darrell and Patricia: A Love Story (2019)
    [Feature] Magnum Photos: Link

The rise of virtual celebrities (2018)
    [Feature] BBC News: Link

Will the Geneva Convention Cover Robots? (2018)
    [Feature] Medium: Link

Artificial Intelligence Will Keep Our Loved Ones Alive (2018)
    [Feature] Medium: Link

Can Silicon Valley do Good? (2018)
    [Feature] Medium: Link

When Walls Talk (2018)
    [Feature] Magnum Photos : Link

Jim Goldberg’s New Book is a Tender Portrait of Old Age (2018)
    [Review] Magnum Photos: Link

Designing Wellness: What Influence Does Architecture Have on Health? (2018)
    [Feature] Frieze: Link

Hieronymus Bosch on Twitter (2018)
    [Feature] Wired: Link

The Quick and the Dead: When artists stare at each other (2018)
    [Feature] Drugstore Culture

Space movies in the age of Elon Musk (2018)
    [Feature] Drugstore Culture

Laurie Anderson can take you to the moon and back (2018)
    [Interview] Drugstore Culture

The Turner Prize 2018 shortlist demands attention (2018)
    [Feature] Drugstore Culture

Music for empty shopping centres (2018)
    [Feature] Drugstore Culture

A minute-by-minute waltz: Christian Marclay’s The Clock (2018)
    [Feature] Drugstore Culture

Hackers expose staggering voter machine flaws (2018)
    [News]  BBC News: Link

How to redesign our cities to cope with climate change (2018)
    [Feature] Wired: Link

Brazil's fire shows museums are broken. Here's how to fix them (2018)
    [Feature] Wired : Link

Targeting big tech on child sexual abuse is picking the wrong fight (2018)
    [Feature] Wired: Link

Drones hunt cocaine farms in Colombia (2018)
    [News] BBC News: Link

Sign-language hack lets Amazon Alexa respond to gestures (2018)
    [News] BBC News: Link

How an Apple Watch Could Decide a Murder Case (2018)
    [Feature] Medium : Link

Fighting AI Surveillance with Scarves and Face Paint (2018)
    [Feature] Medium: Link

How technology got under our skin (2018)
    [Feature] Medium: Link

All Shook Up (2018)
    [Feature] Sight & Sound: Link

The Word of God: How AI Is Deified in the Age of Secularism (2018)
    [Feature] Medium: Link

Beyond Pornhub: The sex rebels reclaiming adult film (2017)
    [Feature] Alphr: Link

The Work of Art in the Age of Algorithmic Reproduction (2017)
        [Feature] Medium: Link

Fraud in the Era of Blockchain (2017)
    [Feature] Medium: Link

Something in the air (2017)
    [Feature] Frieze: Link

Word games (2017)
    [Feature] The Times Literary Supplement: Link

Compass by Mathias Énard (2017)
    [Review] Minor Literature[s]: Link

Attrib. by Eley Williams (2017)
    [Review] Minor Literature[s]: Link

Nocilla Experience by Agustín Fernández Mallo (2017)
    [Review] Minor Literature[s]: Link

How a robot could be grandma’s new carer (2016)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

The missing sense (2016)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

The Lesser Bohemians by Eimear McBride  (2016)
    [Review]  Minor Literature[s]: Link

The virtual Holocaust survivor (2016)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

Urban Chaos: Games And The Untameable City (2016)
    [Feature] Rock Paper Shotgun: Link

Nocilla Dream by Agustín Fernández Mallo (2016)
    [Review] Minor Literature[s]: Link

Love in the age of the internet (2016)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

Shops could soon be targeting ads according to your feet (2016)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

Master of the house: why we should fight for truly private spaces (2015)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

The new art of writing in Instagram and Twitter (2015)
    [Feature] The Writing Platform: Link

We Were Meant to be a Gentle People by Dao Strom (2015)
    [Review] Minor Literature[s]: Link

Guardian readers: 'we trust government over corporations' (2015)
   
[Feature] The Guardian: Link

The cloud shapes the way we perceive internet privacy (2015)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

What does the panopticon mean in the age of digital surveillance? (2015)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

The world's first hack: the telegraph and the invention of privacy (2015)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

How art is making the data-driven city more liveable (2015)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

The unmanned aerial vehicles that are giving drones a good name (2015)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

It’s Vital to Have Video Games That Aren’t ‘Fun’ (2015)
    [Feature] VICE: Link

Digital hieroglyphics (2015)
    [Feature] New Statesman: Link

Why this year's nominees are about the sublime, not the ridiculous (2015)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

The Everyday Lives of Videogame Characters (2015)
    [Feature] Kill Screen

How digital maps are changing the way we understand our world (2014)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

Developers must address the ethics of using location data (2014)
    [Opinion] The Guardian: Link

Ghosts in the machine: AI research bringing game characters to life (2014)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

Hard books for hard times (2014)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

Where literature and gaming collide (2014) [Feature] Eurogamer: Link

More Than Nostalgia: In Defense Of Re-Releases (2014)
    [Feature] Rock Paper Shotgun: Link

How technology rewrites literature (2014)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

How theatre is taking its cue from video games (2014)
    [Feature] The Guardian: Link

Immersive Theatre: Yay or nay? (2011)
    [Feature] IdeasTap

Interview with Fran Copeman (2011)
    [Interview] Mint Magazine

New British Artists at the ICA (2011)
    [Review] Mint Magazine

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