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Technologies Are Not Neutral: Theo Anthony Interviewed by Conor Williams
A young white boy wearing solar protective glasses looks up at the solar eclipse while holding a popsicle. He sits among a swath of empty, yellow, plastic stadium seating which fill the frame of the image.

Investigating the bias of vision, unnerving advances in surveillance, and the sociopolitical consequences of a changing digital landscape.

Technologies Are Not Neutral: Theo Anthony Interviewed by Conor Williams
A young white boy wearing solar protective glasses looks up at the solar eclipse while holding a popsicle. He sits among a swath of empty, yellow, plastic stadium seating which fill the frame of the image.

Investigating the bias of vision, unnerving advances in surveillance, and the sociopolitical consequences of a changing digital landscape.

Constructed Situations: Alexander Si Interviewed by Naomi Falk
A face wearing a surgical mask peers through a square aperture in a wall to see its face reflected on various screens titled, Rear Window, by Alexander Is

Installations that explore media technologies.

Martine Syms by Steffani Jemison
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Syms’s research-driven and multi-platform works make use of surveillance and image-capture technologies to present Black female experience in both virtual and physical space.

Power Dynamics: Celia Hempton Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
A series of small paintings on two gallery walls themselves smear with paint titled, installation view of Celia Hempton at Southard Reid

Painting psychological modes of looking.

Kickin’ It: Jennifer Harge Interviewed by Taylor Aldridge
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The dance artist and choreographer discusses her praxis of fellowship and pleasure.

Jasmine Guffond’s Microphone Permission by Kristen Kubecka
Blue and black record cover for Jasmine Guffond album

This spring, Vienna’s experimental label for “new punk computer music,” Editions Mego, releases an anxiety-inducing record by Australian-born, Berlin-based sound artist Jasmine Guffond.

Can a Painting Not Have Fun?: Caitlin Cherry Interviewed by Zoe Dubno
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The New York-based artist discusses collaboration, deskilling, and life after the end of the world.

Two Poems by Marília Garcia
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when you say / erase / do you mean / stop existing?

National Disintegrations by Braden King
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Art and exchange in extraterritorial territories

The Enigma of Julian Assange by Anya Jaremko-Greenwold
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Risk, a new documentary by Laura Poitras, follows the Wikileaks founder as public perception sours.

Laura Kurgan by Noah Chasin
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An architect talks about her data maps of urban conflict from Brooklyn to Aleppo.

Bingham Bryant & Kyle Molzan by Nicholas Elliott
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“It was meant to kink your head.”

Trevor Paglen & Jacob Appelbaum
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“The Internet is a predatory network that is, on one side, potentially a very coercive tool of totalitarian power and, on the other side, a tool that will increasingly be used to allocate rights and privileges through commercial means. Can we envision a different kind of network?”

Johanna Hamilton by Anya Jaremko-Greenwold
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Surveillance, J. Edgar Hoover, and effective activism.

Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin by Sabine Mirlesse
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When I arrived in London this past September to meet Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin at their studio, the first thing we discussed was the power play between interviewer and interviewee.

Paper Clip #72 by Ryan Sheldon
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Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.

Paper Clip #69 by Ryan Sheldon
Dina Kelberman

Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.

Ilya Lipkin by Chris Cumming
Amie Siegel by Lynn Hershman Leeson
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On Siegel’s film Provenance and its insertion into the global circuit of art and design objects.

Landscape Futures: Instruments, Devices and Architectural Inventions by Emily Gordon
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A swarm of biotechnological robot drones defends a fragile Eden from invasive species. The Earth’s hydrology cycles through a vast suspended infrastructure; 2,000 synchronized parts dance for droughts, rains, and floods.

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