As the history of digital media has become subsumed by the history of the internet, teletext remains largely forgotten. Yet like a fair-weather psychic, the technology anticipated things to come.
Units go for $30 million each.
Blast Theory collective is working with cities Hull and Aarhus to transform them as more sustainable and economical.
Two political scientists talk about why we should panic, at least a little bit.
In 'Sinofuturism,' film essayist Lawrence Lek posits that Chinese technological development is actually a form of Artificial Intelligence.
Robots won’t take all the jobs, just most of them. We asked futurists what life will look like for the permanently unemployed class.
Yanis Georges's shimmering, polychromatic worlds harken to alternate realities.
MoMA is tracing the history of artistic movements in Russia from 1912 to 1930.
An interactive simulation game provides an introduction to urban planning at Museum of the City of New York.
Visiting futurist Jacque Fresco, whose magnum opus is The Venus Project, a 21-acre Central Florida Eden with white dome-shaped buildings that Meadows and he hand built over three and a half decades.
Shannon Finley’s large abstract works vibrate with tension.