I Tried to Eat Like an Italian Futurist and Learned that Fascism Isn't Delicious
One hundred years ago, an avant-garde group set out to transform meals into performance pieces. Were they any good?
Kristian Ejlebæk Nielsen
What Right-Wing Militants Are Hoping for After a Government Collapse
We talked to Three Percenters and experts on the modern militia movement about their nebulous vision of a future many Americans want nothing to do with.
Stereolab's 'Dots and Loops' Is the Jazziest Anti-Capitalist Manifesto 20 Years On
'Dots and Loops' remains the experimental pop band's most sonically accessible and politically important record.
The Musicians Who Knew We'll Be Cyborgs Soon
How late-70s and early-80s electronic pop from Kraftwerk, Devo, and Young Marble Giants warned us of our post-human future.
Artists Enlist the Public in Building Future Utopias in Two Forgotten Cities
Blast Theory collective is working with cities Hull and Aarhus to transform them as more sustainable and economical.
Blow Your Own Damn Mind with This Killer Video Essay About Why China Already Is the Future
In 'Sinofuturism,' film essayist Lawrence Lek posits that Chinese technological development is actually a form of Artificial Intelligence.
The Future is Bright and Geodesic in These Pearlescent Graphics
Yanis Georges's shimmering, polychromatic worlds harken to alternate realities.
At MoMA, Revolutionary Russian Art Provides a Roadmap for Artistic Dissent
MoMA is tracing the history of artistic movements in Russia from 1912 to 1930.
This Museum Experience Lets You Redesign New York City
An interactive simulation game provides an introduction to urban planning at Museum of the City of New York.
These Abstract Paintings Are Made by Slashing Blades Across Canvas
Shannon Finley’s large abstract works vibrate with tension.
B. David Zarley
Talking 'Pokémon Go' and Tomorrow's Tech with the Writer of 'Tomb Raider'
Video games writer Rhianna Pratchett looks at how new tech is affecting the industry.
Jacob Felländer's Breaking Photography | Studio Visits
The mixed-media photographer talks Einstein, virtual realities, and the artistic beauty of making mistakes.