Thoughts on Liturgy's new album "The Ark Work" which re-contextualizes black metal tropes in the face of often harsh critical attitudes.
The Machines are Coming, Feminist art in New York, An interview with Domenico Quaranta, O.O.P.S. vs M.O.O.C.s, and an exhibition on Post-Humanism and Cyborgs in London in this weeks Critical Links.
Steph Alarcon, Christina Dunbar-Hester, Tamsyn Gilbert, Seda Gurses, Jara Rocha, Femke Snelting and Sophie Toubin collaborate to examine feminism, technology and the digital.
Technology waste, the lonely cockpit of our lives, wealth and social media, Hillvetica, and school photoshops Feminist t-shirt in this weeks Critical Links.
Afrofuturist music videos, learning to see data, the Podemos revolution, an open letter to Wikipedia, tactical urbanisms and why big data is bad data in this weeks Critical Links.
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.