The Dazed 100

Redefining style and youth culture in 2015 and beyond

Dazed 100

Voted for by Dazed's network of contributors, the Dazed 100 is your guide to the creatives redefining the future of style and youth culture. Expand the profiles to learn more about each person and to discover a wealth of exclusives. You can also make your voice heard by clicking the "Upvote" button to decide the ranking of the Readers' 100. You never know, you may pick a future cover star...


Rather than string together a set of Tumblr gifs, Belgian-American artist Evans is hatching some high-class internet art. Her project “AGNES” became the Serpentine’s first-ever digital commission, a Siri-like interactive bot that takes you on an educational tour of the web with her fun, girly twang. For an artist so future-facing, it’s only right that what Evans is most excited for is “telepresence”.

How would you sum up what you do in a sentence?

Cécile B Evans: Problem solving.

How do you think style and pop culture will change in 2015?

Cécile B Evans: Telepresence and 19th century influences.

In 15 words, sum up what we can expect from you in 2015.

Cécile B Evans: Something different but the same, and slower. More gratitude. More.

Who’s an unsung cultural hero that you discovered this year?

Cécile B Evans: 95-year-old philosopher Mary Midgley.

What’s the most surprising thing we’d find out if we looked at your phone?

Cécile B Evans: There’s not that much on it.

Twitter: @cecilebevans

Lead image: "What A Feeling" (Acrylic, SLA print, paint, rubber plant, poster print, 2014); courtesy of the artist

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