'Death Is Only the Beginning' of This Virtual Reality Experience
Two young artists create their a VR piece that tackles current world problems by way of a phenomenological afterlife realm.
Facebook Photos and Collages Converge in Portraits of Digital Lives
Tension between formalism and the way people live online emerge when Cameron Welch paints with his family's Facebook photos.
The Iranian Art Scene Is Exploding Right Now
Thousands of young painters and sculptors in Tehran are turning contemporary art into a powerful social force.
When Disney and Dr. Seuss Made Racist Cartoons...
Were cartoons like 'Cannibal Capers' and 'Trader Mickey' a reflection of society, or a seemingly harmless way to spread hate?
What Greece's 'No' Referendum Vote Means for Europe
Is this the beginning of the end for neo-liberalism in Europe?
The Noisey Guide To Music and Mental Health
The Music Industry Needs to Wake Up and Support Artists With Mental Health Problems
It affects 60 percent of musicians. So why doesn't a charity set up to support them get any help at all from the industry?
Reddit Cofounder Says Misogynists on Reddit Are 'Deplorable'
Meanwhile, Alexis Ohanian champions the subreddit system, which lets sexist and racist people "moderate" sexist and racist subreddits.
Kansas Is Now Officially the Reddest State in the Union
Between shaming poor people, restricting abortions and legalizing discrimination, Gov. Sam Brownback's "experiment" has made his state the most conservative in the union.
Tweet-Activated LED Building Sheds Light on Homelessness in Toronto
Just by tweeting the hashtag #homelessness, you can change the color of a massive architecture.
A German City Is Paying Its Alcoholics in Beer to Clean the Streets
On October 1, the German city of Essen will launch a program that incentivizes the homeless, addicts, and alcoholics with beer and cigarettes in exchange for their aid in cleaning the city square.
"Points Of View" Interactive Web Documentary Captures Everyday Life In Gaza
With "Points of View," artist Zohar Kfir uses transmedia technology to provide a broader, user-generated perspective to news coverage of everyday life in Gaza.
Artistic Interventions "Hack" Venezuelan Protests
With "Invisible Protests," "Murder Machine," and "SOS.Venezuela," Pratt MFA grad Diego Zaks uses tech art to tackle some of Venezuela's most pressing social issues.