Orit Gat is a writer living in New York whose work on contemporary art and digital culture has appeared in a variety of publications.
Lisa Oppenheim Unravels Haunting Images of Teenage Textile Workers
"The wrong kind of occupation." Artist Lisa Oppenheim's new work is filled with delicate texture and color, but its rich surfaces and vintage imagery are interwoven with narratives of American child labor.
A DNA Portrait Artist Imagined New Identities for Chelsea Manning
What does it mean to remake one's appearance after years in the digital wilderness? Few are better placed to answer than Chelsea Elizabeth Manning, whose collaboration with DNA portraitist Heather Dewey-Hagborg mines the politics of the personal.