American Artist examines the viral videos and invisibility of Bobby Shmurda.
The Guggenheim breaks negotiations with Gulf Labor, the rich kids of Instagram, Fair Use and US copyright law, science-fiction themed art, and Greek art at the Met.
Internet Landscapes, food writing, a theses on the anthropocene, Nam June Paik and the poetry of a Foxconn worker in this weeks Critical Links.
Georgia Georgia is an experimental collaboration between Canadian photographer-researcher Kyler Zeleny and Russian photographer Yanina Shevchenko.
Dorothy Howard and Felix Bernstein chart the limitations around the use of social media, digital labor, performative partying, and queer fashion in museums.
Evie Psarras investigates gender, reality television and stereotypical representations on ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise.
Natalie Byfield, associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at St. John's University, shares her first five.