iris van herpen’s couture show was a show-stopping tribute to technology
The Dutch designer pushed the boundaries of couture once again with a hypnotic moving dress.
should we be archiving our digital lives? and how?
We asked some experts.
exploring sex, dating and digital intimacy through art
How does a digital-first world change what human relationships look and feel like in reality – and art?
‘osmosis’ is the dystopian dating drama that’s more than just a french ‘black mirror’
The comparisons with Charlie Brooker’s anthology were inevitable, but Netflix’s latest French-language venture has plenty new to offer.
how tlc’s 'fanmail' predicted internet anxiety
20 years ago this week, TLC warned us of an unhealthy relationship with technology.
how an episode of 'black mirror' became a creepy reality
When her best friend died, Eugenia Kuyda took inspiration from the TV show and resurrected him using artificial intelligence.
instagram have finally revealed the algorithm that dictates what you see first
But really we just want chronological order.
diddy and jay-z are making an app to support black business
“We’ve done a lot of marching. It’s time to start charging.”
marina abramovic, jeff koons and olafur eliasson discuss making art in virtual reality
Jeff Koons thinks Snapchat is wonderful. Marina Abramovic is influenced by video games. Olafur Eliasson can create rainbows. This is what happens when three of the biggest artists in the world discuss their groundbreaking virtual reality art pieces.
björk introduces digital exhibition by streaming in as a live avatar
"Technology is enabling women to work outside the already formed hierarchical systems," she wrote on Facebook.
how virtual reality is reinventing contemporary culture
From Dior and Balenciaga filming their catwalk shows in 360 degrees, to innovative live performances and videos created by Björk, Jack White and The Weeknd, VR has finally hit the big time.
cory arcangel’s #currentmood – kittens, kanye and instant nostalgia
As the post-internet, post-conceptualist’s new exhibition opens at The Lisson, he talks memes, clickbait and whether anyone will find his work in fifty years time.