Eric Anthamatten considers photography and technology in his piece on the exhibition 'Prison Obscura'.
New York's networked infrastructure, solving the origin-of-life conundrum, ghosts of home geography, the taming of tech criticism, an open letter to museums and there is something about the digital in this weeks Critical Links.
Sarah Rooney interviews artist and curator Gaby Cepeda on technology, female-identified narratives and the Internet.
Online degrees, social movements and governments in the digital age, the gender gap in art museum directorships, ten rules for the Internet after Snowden and the creepy new wave of the Internet in this weeks Critical Links.
Reflections on the music and the importance of the 'extreme music' pioneers Swans after their recent sold-out performances in New York City.
The dress, Haraway and Acker, the New Museum Triennial, Parisian photography and Africa's avant-garde architecture boom in this weeks Critical Links.
Weird solidarities, #AskHerMore and #OscarsSoWhite are not mutually exclusive movements, a lawmaker's Instagram account, McCarthy's Satin Island, and the elusive Langston Hughes in this weeks Critical Links.
Pussy Riot's new release, art as asset, the Greek finance minister, Zadie Smith on Key and Peele and the decay of Instagram photos in this weeks Critical Links.
The invisible network that keeps the world running, the psychology of the selfie, the tyranny of small town Internet, gendered student evaluations and banning selfie sticks in this week's Critical Links.
Art and algorithms, where the Internet lives, Hard to Be a God, online museum collections and the relationship between feminism and capitalism in this week's Critical Links.
Body anxiety, mapping the human brain, Capture All_Play at Transmediale, the political future of Greece and the Chicago Art institutes video collection in this weeks Critical Links.
In an online exhibition that opened on January 24, 2015, curators Leah Schrager and Jennifer Chan explore gendered embodiment, performance and self-representation on the Internet.
Building an emoji-tracker, Marx and nature, online robots and another look at the whiteboard in this week's Critical Links.