Fronted by two pioneering figures of pop who each speak truth to power in their own way, the autumn/winter issue of Dazed gets one step closer to the creatives embracing a radical new intimacy in their art.
Confronting personal truths onscreen this month in a bold new documentary on her life, M.I.A. reflects on the experiences that have shaped who she is in a psychedelic story shot by Gareth McConnell. With his magical new album as Blood Orange, Dev Hynes branches out into daringly honest new territory – he’s lensed by Wolfgang Tillmans in an intimate shoot. Also fronting the issue, fashion’s most wanted faces stand apart from the usual suspects: Mica Argañaraz as captured by Angelo Pennetta, and Hannah Motler and Sara Grace Wallerstedt caught in the act by Johnny Dufort.
M.I.A. The guerilla-pop provocateur discusses MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A., the radically honest new documentary that charts her own filmmaking roots – and reveals the painfully personal politics that power her art
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