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Eva and Franco Mattes’s latest work, Dark Content (2015–ongoing), is a series of videos only viewable through the Tor Browser and hosted on the darknet.

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Post image for Digitally Deface Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye

Have you ever wanted to throw a piano or screeching cat at Le Corbusier’s pristinely white 1931 Villa Savoye in France?

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Post image for Dealing with Death in an Evocative Game about Cancer

“We grieve in silence,” game maker Ryan Green says at one point in That Dragon, Cancer, an interactive experience based on the illness and eventual death of his son, Joel.

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Post image for Digital Distractions: Designing a Subway and Pruning a Tree

For December, we’ve got a psychedelic plane ride tribute to a man who died in a crash, a paper craft city, subway line design, and tree pruning (it’s fun!).

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Post image for Interactive Comic Commemorates the Tragic Story of the Vietnamese “Boat People”

For the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, artist Matt Huynh — the son of Vietnamese boat people — adapted the award-winning story “The Boat” into an interactive comic.

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Post image for Digital Distractions: Tweeting as a Bird and the Awkwardness of AIM

For November’s Digital Distractions, journey through Twitter as a rotund bird on a mission, relive the awkward AIM conversations of the early 2000s, and give a monster a makeover.

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Post image for Play a Tormented Painter in a Video Game of Creeping Terror

In Layers of Fear, a new game by the Poland-based Bloober Team, you are an artist who has gone completely insane.

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Post image for Digital Distractions: ‘Twin Peaks’ Dance-Off, Skull Glitches, and an 18th-Century Opera Puzzle

Walk through a glitchy realm of skulls and flowers, have a Twin Peaks dance battle in the Black Lodge, alter an alternative reality, and experience an 18th-century opera as a puzzle.

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Post image for Digital Distractions: Sleepwalking, Glitches, and Junk Mail

In a new monthly series, we’re highlighting a few games, apps, and interactive digital experiences recommended for the art crowd. For September, here’s a simulation of an Italian Renaissance painting guild, a Surrealist puzzler, a glitchy Pac-Man, and the most thought-provoking game on junk mail yet.

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Post image for A Catalogue of Violent Design in the 21st Century

MoMA’s online initiative Design and Violence was an 18-month experiment in addressing the brutality of 21st-century design.

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