Constant Dullaart and Adam Harvey explore Europe’s collective identity seen through the biased vision of neural networks.
London’s Whitechapel Gallery exhibits computer and internet art by Nam June Paik, Cory Arcangel, Amalia Ulman, and more.
Different artists embrace and adopt the economic strategies of corporations and investment banks in 'Neoliberal Lulz' at Carroll / Fletcher.
It was chosen, the Oxford Dictionary announced, "as the ‘word’ that best reflected the ethos, mood and preoccupations of 2015.”
Constant Dullaart wants to raise awareness of Facebook’s increasing monopoly over our identities.
The "URL killer" digs deep for his new show in Paris.
At this exhibition, none of the content is actually the artist's. Each is a relic that's connected, in one way or another, to Photoshop.
What time is it? Time for browser art and mashups, that's what.
Artists are increasingly using social media to show the complex relationship we have with what’s public and what’s private in the online realm.