After their first solo exhibition at Berlin’s Julia Stoschek Collection, artists Stephanie Comilang and Simon Speiser speak to Charmaine Li about speculative documentary, how the pineapple connects the Philippines and Ecuador, and what transpires when ancestral knowledge mingles with emerging technology.
What feels futuristic and what feels newly resigned to the past? What new technologies or concepts excite or terrify you? A column that features cogent and critical essays that chart the ever-shifting terrain of the present.
A foray into the practices of new media artists whose work engages with tech. Through essays and interviews this column takes readers on a tour through artistic practices and minds.
Cutting through both empty shilling and smug cynicism, this column features essays and interviews highlighting the artists and thought-leaders making the biggest waves in the NFT and Web3 space.
What will collecting, purchasing, archiving and displaying art look like as we march into an increasingly virtualised future? A column spotlighting nuanced conversations with curators, collectors and developers who push the boundaries of the traditional art world.
Intelligent and incisive commentary on drops, exhibitions, performances and events that linger in the mind. A critical yet curious look at the ongoings of the contemporary art world in all its forms.
A review of books that chart the contours of the world to come. The column features essays on tech-oriented books, philosophical treatises and science fiction universes that speak to the present, the anticipated and the unseen.
Playful and poetic reviews of video games, virtual and augmented reality interactives, gamified Web3, and other virtual experiences. The column also features conversations with gamers, game designers and gaming industry founders.
This column features essays on our favourite “slow” and mindful tech projects and interviews with founders, creators and technologists whose work is grounded by this ethos.
What broadens and bends your horizons in your part of the world? What have you seen, heard and felt that has challenged and consoled you? This column presents essays that explore our relationship to place and the ability of travel to both heighten and suspend our sense of reality.