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The New Political Novel: An Interview with David Burr Gerrard by Nicholas Mancusi
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“I admire my characters for their ability to do something that I would find far too embarrassing to do myself. Fiction can get us to experience what we might do if we were braver. Or dumber.”

The Snows of Venice by Ben Lerner

Slow sonnets for Alexander Kluge

Ed Atkins by Terence Trouillot
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Like his older compatriot Mark Leckey, Atkins deftly utilizes syncopated montages of sounds and filmic images to create disturbing and disorienting virtual realities.

Building Blocks of Noise by Ben Tripp
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Slow-cooked verbiage in Flarf: An Anthology of Flarf

Girlfriend Malaise by J. Jezewska Stevens
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Satirizing the “late-capitalist late-patriarchy” in Catherine Lacey’s The Answers

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.

Portfolio by Alisa Baremboym
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Low energy
   high entropy

The Human Surge by Danielle Burgos
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Eduardo Williams’s debut feature takes us around the world on an ethnographic tour of labor, leisure, and logins.

How to Tell a Story by John Menick
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Several years ago, I began reading books about how to write books. 

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

Roe Ethridge by Tim Griffin
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Humor, commerce, and family play big roles in Ethridge’s conceptual photography.

All Is but Circuitry by Steve Dalachinsky

On the 50th anniversary of 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering, an intergenerational concert series celebrates the technological innovations of the 1960s New York avant-garde. Times have changed.

Sit, Scroll and Fume by Sarah Jean Grimm
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Tommy Pico’s IRL searches the catacombs of history and hashtags of today to create what can’t be salvaged.

Disconnection Notice by Jon Dieringer
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Werner Herzog’s phoned-in tech film, Lo and Behold, is an ad in disguise.

Tony Oursler by Maika Pollack
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“I’m a multimedia artist. If it’s not in the museums or history books, then where’s my art history?”

Adam Green, Alia Shawkat, & Francesco Clemente
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“You’re looking at the human inverse of a technological idea.”

Tom Sachs & Van Neistat by Chris Chang
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“I’ve always wanted to make something as good as an iPhone, and I never could, but Apple could never make anything as shitty as one of my sculptures or movies. And that’s a huge advantage.”

Three Poems by Sally Wen Mao
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In the future, there’s an oracle / where you can search / for where you belong. I ask this engine / and it replies: / do the deleted scenes choke you / up? In the future, I am young / and poor, so I become a webcam girl.

Ryan Trecartin by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer
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“I liked thinking about the word occupy literally. To occupy something. To occupy a sensation or a history and then to be kicked out of it and be squatting near it and trying to reinvest in it.”

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?”

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