We asked renowned neuroscientists, physicists, psychologists, technology theorists and hallucinogen researchers if we can ever tell that the "reality" we are experiencing is "real."
In Russia, everyone should have a camera on their dashboard. It's better than keeping a lead pipe under your seat for protection. (But you might still want that lead pipe.)
Pharmakon’s scream melted the speaker. It growled out of her chest, ripped through the listeners and crashed to the ceiling of Basilica Hudson, a giant 19th-century glue factory- turned-music venue.
The Museum of Modern Art prepares for its first major sound-art show
A little while ago, Google set an Artificial Neural Network wild to “dream” on the internet. We asked art critics, artists and artistic technology experts if this was art.
“Only the stitches hurt, because I looked at them,” artist Anthony Antonellis says, trying not to itch the incision site between the thumb and index finger.
A traffic light swooshes past our heads. We duck down under the High Line. From the roof, artist Jennifer Catron leads the tour group to chant “LARRY! LARRY! LARRY!” directly outside one of Larry Gagosian’s 15 galleries, but, unsurprisingly, he doesn’t come out to say hello.
In the end, they look like weathered weapons from an alternate future: a Bedford Ave machete; a STOP sign shield; a long, curved warrior’s blade from various No Parking signs....
“قلب, as far as I know, is the first programming language that’s also a conceptual art piece,” says Ramsey Nasser, computer scientist and a fellow at New York’s Eyebeam Art+Technology Center.
A random dark net shopping bot, a rabid meme music video collage, concept websites, and a browser-based film—these were some of the best artworks of the year, and they weren't hanging in a Chelsea gallery. Some were born digital. Some where built with shareware platforms or crowdsourced. Many referenced, intensified, and disrupted everyday Internet user experience, while spilling into the "physical."
Holiday music is lame. Here are cool some "covers" by "Beach House," Interpol" and "the xx," wink wink.
George W. Bush’s solo art show “The Art of Leadership: A President’s Personal Diplomacy” has just opened at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas, Texas. It appears as if they are all reproductions of some of the first Google image search results.
It took all night to flag down Marcin Lodyga in Berlin, while his partner in Yellowism was being held in custody in London for calmly walking up to one of Tate's precious Rothko's and, with a black marker, writing "Vladimir Umanets '12, A Potential Piece of Yellowism" on the canvas....
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