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 the first steps of the internet to vibrant raves, ‘Time Is Thirsty’ at Kunsthalle Wien aspires to create a ‘temporal mash up’
‘The contemporary global economy is based on flows and conversions of energy into information into capital’
An altercation between a White House correspondent and the president becomes a visual question: what is it that we see?
Why critics of colour matter, how Marvel erases narrative closure, and life after the dreaded 0.0 Pitchfork review: what to read this weekend
The thousands of new owners will now collectively decide where the painting is exhibited
How dis.art blurs the lines between education, entertainment and commerce
What to read this weekend: Barbie vs Bratz; conspiracists's idealism and paranoia; and does Black Panther’s Afrofuturist spectacle deliver?
From eternal music to the secret of eternal life: what to read this weekend
Orit Gat and artist Julia Weist travel to Havana in search of El Paquete Semanal, the Cuban offline internet
After his 14-year-old blog was deactivated without explanation, Dennis Cooper speaks to Andrew Durbin about Google, GIF fiction and censorship
On art, architecture, and domestic effects of digitalization
Does looking at, or reading, something online change its meaning?
Negar Azimi on Jane Bowles and bell hooks on Beyoncé: what to read this weekend
What a missing web page tells us about internet outrage
Whitechapel Gallery & Somerset House, London, UK
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, USA
The online anthropology of Jon Rafman
Digital hallucinations and formless beasts
Trevor Paglen explains the photography competition he organized as part of his show at Frankfurter Kunstverein