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.
Selected by artist Nora Welgraven.
Selected by Marie Lotte Hagen and Nydia van Voorthuizen from Damn, Honey.
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.
Selected by Yamuna Forzani.
An essay by Menso Heus. Menso scoured the archives of wwwtext. org and textfiles.com to show that many of today’s most divisive topics were already being actively debated decades before.
Selected by Sjef van Beers.
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?
Selected by Brian Elstak.
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.
Selected by Goys and Birls.
An essay by Joe McNamee. Joe elaborates on the potential impact of the copyright law Article 13 on artists and content providers.
Selected by Esther Crabbendam.
Selected by Nicola Bozzi.
Selected by Derk Over.
Selected by Elki Boerdam.
Selected by Laurens Otto.
Selected by Manique Hendricks.
Selected by Daniel de Zeeuw.