I wrote my first email to Jon Savage in March of 2009 asking if he ever thought about turning his book Teenage into a film.
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K-Hole’s Youth Mode
K-Hole is a collective of artists and trend-foreasters, whose latest work “Youth Mode: A Report on Freedom” is available to download.
AUDMCRS: Mining the Archive with Cory Arcangel
Cory Arcangel is one of our favorite artists, and his latest online project AUDMCRS is a digital archive of DJ Joshua Ryan’s expansive techno record collection.
Tonight Teenage is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, and the most exciting part of this four-year project for me has been collaborations.
Teenage: The Film, The Blog, The Future
Almost exactly two years ago, we launched this site, and I wrote a little letter about why I wanted to make the film Teenage.
Lena Dunham’s Millennium Book
At the dawn of Y2K, 14-year-old Lena Dunham surveyed her soul in a Millennium Book.
Marc Vallée: Dissident Youth
Documentary photographer Marc Vallée has a soft spot for outsider dissident youth.
Interview with TweenHobo
@TweenHobo is a twelve-year-old – “but a hard twelve” – trainhopping teenybopper who keeps a twitter account on the side.
Looking Back On Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard was writing for Seventeen Magazine when she was still a teenage prep school student at Phillips Exeter Academy.
Youth and Beauty at the Brooklyn Museum
Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties is a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, which examines young people’s powerful influence on the visual culture of the 1920s.