Real Review

Issue 11 - What To Believe



What it means to live today - this is the thesis of Real Review. The magazine presents an impressive,
thought provoking survey of current times bolstered by unique layouts and graphic style.

The collective trauma of the pandemic has become an excuse for global capital to accelerate the total commodification of everyday life. Everything is for sale. There is more merchandise than love, more sponsored content than truth. No society in human history has demanded so many people be such active participants in producing the contemporary. No contemporary has ever been so aggressively monetised.

As a coping mechanism, many amongst us have decided to check out from reality altogether; preferring to inhabit tailor-made fantasies and simulations. But only children believe that closing their eyes renders them invisible to monsters. When the monsters are real, closing our eyes rather increases the danger.

Carlo Rovelli,
Timothy Morton,
Helen Marten,
Yuk Hui,
Keller Easterling,
Farah Al Qasimi,
Christopher Williams,
Chiara Di Leone,,
Maisa Imamovic,
Gabrielle de la Puente,
Laura Lizondo,
Debora Domingo-Calabuig,
Andi Schmeid,
Kris Kozlowski Moore,
Bella Gladman,
Eddie Blake,
and Jack Self


11 x 26 cm
108 pages