The installation’s mechanical workings and network of strings allow us to explore the poetic potential of technology via its materiality, so that Interface I sits on the boundary between an imaginary field and an epistemological condition
The objects, books, artifacts, gadgets and artworks offer a contemplation on autonomy as a disappearing modus operandi of political action, while workshops, discussions and demos focus on the devices we use every day: How do they work? What individual data traces do they capture? Where do these go, and what kind of control can one regain?
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Last weekend, I attended Hawkesbury Upton Literary Festival in the Cotswolds. I was there as J.F.Penn for a crime fiction panel and also to support my Dad, Arthur J.Penn, appearing as an artist-in-residence with his linocut prints. You can watch a little video below or here on YouTube. I actually enjoyed it more than London […]
Imagine uprooting your community garden and replanting it inside a motorized geodesic sphere, then letting this sphere roam the city streets of its own volition, using sensors to seek out its plants' preferred environmental conditio...
Filmmaker Janicza Bravo ditches dark comedy for headsets to tackle discrimination.
Berghain will become an audiovisual playground for German record label Raster-Noton’s 20th anniversary.
The Christopher Stout gallery opened in Bushwick in 2015 with, in their own words, a program of showing work that engages with current discourses on feminist, queer, anti-establishment, mystic, and provocatively sexual art pro
Andy Budd is a leading voice in the UX design community. He co-founded the influential Brighton, England digital product and service design agency, Clearleft, more than a decade ago. Out of the office, Andy continues to push his craft...Show More Summary
The future's here, and it's just like 'Star Wars.' Kind of.
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Starting out on your own as a freelancer is exciting. You’re making your talents available to the world, and are ready to make your mark. While this career path can be very rewarding (monetarily and otherwise), it’s not all kittens and unicorns. There are going to be challenges and days when you wonder why you […]
This is what it's like to be a fly on the wall of 'Two Sides of a Tinder Date.'
Can Buyukberber's projection-mapped, laser-cut surface visualizes multiple geometric dimensions
Ben Valentine writes from Cambodia to share his misgivings with the New York art and Silicon Valley tech worlds, emphasizing that a focus on creativity, not art, allows for a true appreciation and understanding of all cultures.
Danny Fields, the legendary band's first manager, gives us the dish on new photo book 'My Ramones,' the band's real leanings, and punk turning 40.
In recent years, my interest has grown in how art can help tackle the environmental devastation of our planet. During that time, I've begun following the artist and educator Ellie Irons, both for her work and her thinking.
So you've covered up your laptop camera, switched to the anonymous web browser Tor, and removed your cell phone battery to thwart tracking — and you're still vulnerable to the prying eyes of Big Brother and friends.
Every action flows like a river current in In Tobias Gremmier's latest motion visualization video.
British Artist Ed Atkins has created a rambling, bald figure from the motion recordings of 130 people.