Art review-as-short fiction, on Jon Rafman’s NYC exhibition “You Are Standing in an Open Field.”
In the world of smart property, stakes are accelerated as theory becomes real life.
Even with the help of an app, Mariam just can’t relax. Is it the app’s fault, or hers?
"A smartphone app feels special when, upon first being opened, one has no clue what one is supposed to be doing with it."
a review of Slight, a new geotagging app.
Our viewing behaviors, clicks, and likes can no longer be separated from the moving image work itself. How does this change our understanding of cinema?
From Glenn Branca at the Mudd Club to Reading Trayvon Martin.
Harry Burke and Lucy Chinen on sciences and politics of looking via a new exhibition.
An antisocial app offers “the singular intoxication” of “the solitary and thoughtful stroller… who loves to lose himself in a crowd”
Brendan Byrne reviews Cloak, a new app for the iPhone.
Erdogan’s reminds us that DNS is the Achilles’ heel of the web.