Real Review 11 explores the meaning of contemporary life and delves into the impact of the pandemic
Real Review, a quarterly magazine founded and directed by London-based architect Jack Self, features insightful and engaging contributions from the world’s finest writers, exploring the meaning of contemporary life. In issue 11, titled What To Believe, the magazine delves into the impact of the pandemic and how it has become a pretext for global capital to accelerate the commodification of everyday life. With more sponsored content than truth and more merchandise than love, everything seems to be for sale. As a result, people are increasingly opting to inhabit tailor-made fantasies and simulations to cope with reality. The issue features contributions from notable figures such as philosopher Timothy Morton, physicist Carlo Rovelli, and economist Chiara Di Leone.
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