Orit Gat is a writer based in London, UK, and New York, USA.
From the stadium to the gallery, both attempt to invoke a sense of extreme concentration
Patriotic imagery and calls for ‘togetherness’ distract from grass-roots demands for systemic change
When we feel caged at home, online animal videos offer a way to connect
Has Covid-19 made the internet good? It’s important to maintain our scepticism in this moment of unicorn-wifi-in-the-sky ‘niceness’
From Grumpy Cat to Pizza Rat, what the images we shared said about the world around us
The results, which veer from the weird to the outright racist, draw attention to the bias of machine learning
Why are kids born in the 2000s lip-synching to the 1983 film ‘Possibly in Michigan’?
There’s impressive and unexpected art in the city, even during the summer doldrums
An exhibition at Swiss Institute, New York, reflects on the vulnerability of our bodies and our desire for intimacy
How does an image captured 55 million light-years from Earth reflect on humanity?
‘Every two minutes, people upload more images to the internet than existed in total just 150 years ago’
With drastic layoffs at online publications, there’s uncertainty not only about digital journalism – but today’s internet as we know it
When more photos are uploaded to Instagram every single day than existed 100 years ago, there is solace in blankness
An altercation between a White House correspondent and the president becomes a visual question: what is it that we see?
The Eyebeam Center for the Future of Journalism is on a mission to support artists who engage with investigative reporting
An exhibition at Tanya Bonakdar, New York, draws attention to the labour behind the goods of modern life and how their histories are thread together
Held across three Baltic cities for the first time, why did this edition make no attempt to say something to – or about – its host region?
Nottingham Contemporary, UK
What the Google Arts & Culture app tells us about our selfie obsession
MAK, Vienna, Austria