Are we nothing but our credit score? Contributing writer Ben Peck offers an incisive look at the facts and figures of an all-too-manipulative financial system, turning citizens into three-digit considerations.
Are we nothing but our credit score? Contributing writer Ben Peck offers an incisive look at the facts and figures of an all-too-manipulative financial system, turning citizens into three-digit considerations.
In a savvy discussion that implicates our spending habits, Dr. Paul Dunion encourages us to pinpoint exactly how we utilize our financial resources, and what our choices reveal about our values, experiences, and overall wellbeing.
In a savvy discussion that implicates our spending habits, Dr. Paul Dunion encourages us to pinpoint exactly how we utilize our financial resources, and what our choices reveal about our values, experiences, and overall wellbeing.
With dark and ambiguous forms, JD Banke illustrates satirically sinister scenes of the commercially driven art market. A starkly honest and unapologetic portrayal of how art bows down to the all-mighty dollar.
With dark and ambiguous forms, JD Banke illustrates satirically sinister scenes of the commercially driven art market. A starkly honest and unapologetic portrayal of how art bows down to the all-mighty dollar.
Through humorously subversive projects, the Yes Men symbolize our society's need for greater social consciousness and urgency for worldwide revolution. Their new film The Yes Men Are Revolting is another wildly impressive and engaging production that continues to right wrongs, one corporation at a time.
Through humorously subversive projects, the Yes Men symbolize our society's need for greater social consciousness and urgency for worldwide revolution. Their new film The Yes Men Are Revolting is another wildly impressive and engaging production that continues to right wrongs, one corporation at a time.
Adam J. Martin invites us to explore society’s prejudice against sexual work as a source of healing, soul expansion, and, of course, legitimate income.
Adam J. Martin invites us to explore society’s prejudice against sexual work as a source of healing, soul expansion, and, of course, legitimate income.
In her book Defining Your Relationship Currency, therapist and author Debra L. Kaplan explains, “Relational currency speaks to what we value, what we bring in the way of relational strengths, and the ways in which we communicate this to our loved one.”
In her book Defining Your Relationship Currency, therapist and author Debra L. Kaplan explains, “Relational currency speaks to what we value, what we bring in the way of relational strengths, and the ways in which we communicate this to our loved one.”
Through, a combination of photography, painting, and sculpture, Mario creates impossibly real 1:1 scale replicas of the everyday. In a time when everything imaginable seems to already exist, Mario promotes object-making by recreating the ordinary through extraordinary means.
Through, a combination of photography, painting, and sculpture, Mario creates impossibly real 1:1 scale replicas of the everyday. In a time when everything imaginable seems to already exist, Mario promotes object-making by recreating the ordinary through extraordinary means.
The death of an American symbol is a slow decay. Jesse Sugarmann investigates the patriotic decline of the Pontiac automobile through documenting these machines while propped up and frozen in time.
The death of an American symbol is a slow decay. Jesse Sugarmann investigates the patriotic decline of the Pontiac automobile through documenting these machines while propped up and frozen in time.
Despite working to heal clients’ scars indiscriminately, therapist Sarah Aronson’s engaging account exposes the oft-unspoken bias against counseling the “worried well,” rather than their impoverished counterparts.
Despite working to heal clients’ scars indiscriminately, therapist Sarah Aronson’s engaging account exposes the oft-unspoken bias against counseling the “worried well,” rather than their impoverished counterparts.
As a response to our current economic crisis, therapist Judith Barr illustrates the fascinating correlation between financial ‘freakout’ and childhood experience, played out by clients in her own office.
As a response to our current economic crisis, therapist Judith Barr illustrates the fascinating correlation between financial ‘freakout’ and childhood experience, played out by clients in her own office.
Dominic De Venuta’s practice contains surreal imagery, monstrous figures, and skateboard culture aesthetics. He provides insight into the delicate process of commissioning artwork, between artist and client.
Dominic De Venuta’s practice contains surreal imagery, monstrous figures, and skateboard culture aesthetics. He provides insight into the delicate process of commissioning artwork, between artist and client.
Tracing his own journey from spending client to earning psychotherapist, Chris Hancock elucidates the underlying physical and emotional challenges of an inevitable exchange: therapy for money.
Tracing his own journey from spending client to earning psychotherapist, Chris Hancock elucidates the underlying physical and emotional challenges of an inevitable exchange: therapy for money.
In a surprisingly slanderous effort, several doctors from Columbia accused renowned physician and TV personality Dr. Oz of supplying detrimental medical advice for financial gain. Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel discusses the hypocrisy and ramifications of their accusations.
In a surprisingly slanderous effort, several doctors from Columbia accused renowned physician and TV personality Dr. Oz of supplying detrimental medical advice for financial gain. Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel discusses the hypocrisy and ramifications of their accusations.
As visceral meditations, Cynthia Cruz’s selections from On Duras reveal the oppression of society’s financial framework, rendering socioeconomic status its own form of imprisonment.
As visceral meditations, Cynthia Cruz’s selections from On Duras reveal the oppression of society’s financial framework, rendering socioeconomic status its own form of imprisonment.
From decades of collecting of found objects, Laura Kikauka creates installations that showcase personal artifacts with vibrant life. These highly detailed works regain an aura of authenticity, with the appropriated materials emitting hidden biographical histories.
From decades of collecting of found objects, Laura Kikauka creates installations that showcase personal artifacts with vibrant life. These highly detailed works regain an aura of authenticity, with the appropriated materials emitting hidden biographical histories.
“Since shame is an emotion of comparison that speaks of inferiority, of being less than,” notes Dr. Susan Beth Miller, “once we define the acquisition of money as the attainment of personal value, to be short on money or moneyless can be shameful.”
“Since shame is an emotion of comparison that speaks of inferiority, of being less than,” notes Dr. Susan Beth Miller, “once we define the acquisition of money as the attainment of personal value, to be short on money or moneyless can be shameful.”
What happens to the wealthy in prison, when their financial lifelines are rendered meaningless? Contributing writer Steven P. Arthur gives us an insider’s view of the politics of currency exchange in the U.S. Justice System.
What happens to the wealthy in prison, when their financial lifelines are rendered meaningless? Contributing writer Steven P. Arthur gives us an insider’s view of the politics of currency exchange in the U.S. Justice System.

Books By Contributing Authors & Artists

For Love and Money
by Debra L. Kaplan
Your Brain on Sex
by Stanley Siegel
Path of the Novice Mystic
by Paul Dunion
Focalizing Dynamic Links
by Michael Picucci and Barry Lipscomb
Disgust: The Gatekeeper Emotion
by Susan B. Miller
Bad Behavior
by Bill Hayward
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