The 32-year-old Egyptian artist's first New York solo show takes on police brutality and the crimes committed by the American government.
Jul 29, 2014
Legendary Warren Ellis and Michael Allred tell the story of the rum's origins in Cuba.
They might do a better job of actually changing the world.
How Google's glasses, Apple's iWatch and the things you'll churn out of your 3D printer will soon have us drowning in pointless shit.
How a guy in a hotel room watching porn cut me off from the future.
The future of the arts has been here for a while, but now even your dad can't ignore it.
And while you're at it, make sure the castle's a bouncy one.
Ladies and gentlemen who can't bear the thought of not having guns, it's time to introduce The People's Drone Fleet of America.
Anyone else a little bit bored of waiting for Web 3.0 to arrive?
It's probably time for the USA to ban guns now.
Warren Ellis files a report from the planet we live on ten years from now: the buzz of drones is constant, China's in space and Boris is PM.
Don't you just hate it when megalomaniac dictators fuck with your wi-fi?
Get used to the future, because it's here to stay.
In the future, Mickey Mouse will juggle all your sins and weaknesses in his big, mutant hands.
Global warming isn't a joke or a trick, it's the new future, a thousand miles wide and coming for us at a hundred miles an hour.
It'll appear to be tight, but it really won't be. Here's my prediction.
Maybe he'd have been caught sooner if anyone was prepared to pay it.
Human spaceflight may be dead, but the future's still death from above.
Why does Obama look so much like George W Bush all of a sudden?
Why are omnipotent creators so easily offended?
When none of your politicians have the capacity to skull-fuck corpses, things start to get boring.
Has science fiction died, or does it just look different now?
How 3D printing could launch swarms of self-replicating rich men's pricks into space.