In her solo exhibition, the artist creates an installation that is many things but unified is not one of them.
Confronting the Contradictions of Our Tech-Obsessed Culture
In her solo exhibition at Haus der elektronischen Künste Basel, Addie Wagenknecht boils down the experiences of postinternet life and then alchemizes them.
Artists Expose the Ecological Impact of Tech Production
SAN FRANCISCO — In Agbogbloshie — also known as one of the world’s top polluted places and an e-waste dumping ground, located in Ghana along the African coast of the Gulf of Guinea — a young man by the name of Mohammed Camara scavenges for metal to earn money.
Objectifying Our Digital Lives
PORTLAND, Ore. — For the first time the New York art nonprofit Eyebeam has brought an exhibition to the West Coast and, unironically, chose Portland.
At Seattle’s First Art Fair, Dealers Chase Elusive Tech Money
SEATTLE — Seattle has never been a destination for art collectors.
At a Surveillance-Themed Art Fair, Snowden Bust Is the Star
A red light blinking from a gilded security camera greets visitors to Seven’s surveillance-themed Anonymity, no longer an option.
Cyberfeminists Go Deep on Big Data, Privacy, and Surveillance
In mid-December, 12 hackers, artists, coders, and activists gathered to tackle issues of privacy, surveillance, anonymity, and big data as they manifest in our society.