At the Berlin Biennale, Dineo Seshee Bopape turned the drip-drip-drip of oppressive systems into powerful films and installations.
Toronto duo Zephyr use old tech to make magic.
Artist Ilana Harris-Babou investigates the impulse to turn old objects into new homegoods in her current exhibition at Larrie, NYC.
'COMM | ALT | SHIFT' brings together over a dozen video artists each confronting a different issue within contemporary society.
In ‘The Challenge,’ Italian filmmaker Yuri Ancarani shows how Western notions of power inspire Qatari falconers.
Chiara Mazzocchi’s nude artworks are anything but personal.
In the 40th issue of FELT Zine, VCRs live on through the retro glitch art of Thomas McMahan.
“Grand Ole Opera” is a Lynchian dreamscape filled with empty trailers, neon lights, and suicidal werewolves.
Davy Evans directs a moody music video for XamVolo.
Meriem Bennani offers a glimpse into her playful, internet-driven practice in a new documentary short by Art21.
Artist Claudia Maté imagines an uncanny dreamscape featuring a gorilla-faced baby in dungarees for Goss’ song “Soo Bad.”
To raise awareness about habitat destruction, motion graphics studio Maizz Visual projected animated animal heads onto trees at Mexico City’s Parque España.