Margarita Osipian interviews Soyun Park on her creative use of Big Tech tools.
Soyun Park creates a Korean makeup tutorial with a twist.
A list of artists that move outside of the typical use of a certain platforms.
Josephine Oettle exploring how the 2020 US elections shaped the new meme war on TikTok.
Sjef van Beers creating video collages to map the world of TikTok.
Margarita Osipian interviews Joel Galvez to talk about the power of public data and creating distributed event calendars.
In this interview with Jair Schalkwijk and Naomi Appelman, we try to bring some transparency to the use of facial recognition technologies in law enforcement.
In our image contribution, designer Noam Youngrak Son moves away from the selfie as an individual experience and explores the creation of a multiplicious identity.
Can artists and designers protect us from facial recognition systems? We’ve gathered the best projects that protect your face.
An interview with artist Alina Lupu about the quarantine’s impact on precarious labour, cultural work, and the platform economy
The top 10 must-have quarantine items from AliExpress, selected by Jolie van Wijngaarden
An essay by Margarita Osipian about whether the entangled history between porn and emerging technologies gives us a glimpse into the future of deepfakes.
An essay by Ola Hassanain. Ola zooms into the urbanscape of Khartoum under the recent revolution in Sudan and speculates on the role of social media platforms in the collective reimagining of space.
An essay by Linda Duits. Linda dives into the world of TikTok. She emerged with insights on the shifting definition of cool, copycat culture, and the transfer of global power.
An essay by Anna Reutinger. Anna offers tips and tricks to bypass the digital detox, subvert functionality, mess with your data, and shift power back to the user.
An essay by Salvador Miranda. Salvador explores the experience of roleplaying terrorism in gaming. Where does this desire come from and what does it say about how we construct our own identities?
An essay by Manique Hendricks. Manique shares her views on the ways in which museums and their visitors make use of Instagram and the impact this growing social media platform has on the art world.
An essay by Joe McNamee. Joe elaborates on the potential impact of the copyright law Article 13 on artists and content providers.