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Jillian Mayer reclaims her personal data from corporations in a guerrilla advertising campaign.
'Light Origami,' by artist Masakazu Shirane, is a walk-in dome that bends and weaves light.
Morrissey would hate this exhibit.
Sura Haarp takes a stand against socio-political inequalities with cardboard installations.
British artist Catherine Borowski finds identity in her mother’s death.
Ron English and 'High Times' meet in the kushy middle to create a bodega full of marijuana-themed merchandise.
For the Estuary 2016 festival, artist Heidi Wigmore reclaims a military structure for the public.
With upcoming haunted house, 'Doomocracy,' Pedro Reyes asks, "Who’s scarier, Michael Myers or Donald J. Trump?"
A hybrid dance performance and art projection examines love in the digital age.
Oh, and hey Mr. DJ—spin that record with a tortilla chip needle, too.
Artist David Mach captures the agony of Christ in an unconventional medium.