Why Is It So Hard to See the NSA?
Photographer Trevor Paglen’s new exhibition focuses on uncovering the physical infrastructure of governmental surveillance.
Is It Art? Artists Are Turning Their Work into Startups
“If the Cubists could have made an app for doing Cubism, they would have."
The Shape of Vapes to Come
The mainstream vape market is responding to trends like loose-leaf vaporizing, cannabis wax, and vape modding.
The Uncanny Valley of Branded Virtual Reality
It’s not that brands are bad, per se, it’s that these uses of the new medium are particularly suffocating.
How Do You Back Up the Museum of Modern Art?
As visual art evolves on the internet, MoMA is having to adapt the way it conserves both its 630,000 square foot of gallery space and its archives.
Faking Taste With Electrical Shocks to the Tongue Is Our Dystopian Food Future
Taste+ promises to make something like Soylent as appetizing as foie gras without changing its nutritional content in the slightest.
Architecting an Empty Tomb From the Scars of Mining's Past
Alexis Quinteros Salazar's "Mining Cenotaph" suggests new ways to reclaim, resettle, and memorialize our ruins.
Where Art And Space Travel Meet: Why Is The Art World Suddenly So Captivated By The Cosmos?
<p>Take a look at creators around the world who are using art to explore and explain the increasingly prominent topic of space travel.</p>
15 Viral Works Of Art, From Cave Paintings To Computer Hacks
<p>A list of some of the most iconic and viral artworks of all time.</p>
How Going Viral Has Changed Art
<p>How memes and viral culture have changed the art world, for better or worse.</p>
[#DIGART] 10 New Media Tumblrs To Follow Religiously
<p>Get ready for a flood of new imagery on your dashboard.</p>
[#DIGART] JODI Makes Art Online, But Don’t Call Them Net Artists
<p>Digital pranksters <span class="caps">JODI</span> remind us of the fragility of net life.</p>