What do we mean by Post-Internet art?
How does it relate to other histories of artists engaging with emergent technologies? And what happens next? We ask eight artists, writers and curators to reflect. Read the survey in the Nov-Dec issue here
Notes on Awkwardness
Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili’s images conjure depth from the flat surface of photography
Is there such a thing?
Vienna has a unique relationship to interior design.
Postwar experiments in poetry and art: revisiting the Wiener Gruppe
New shows, same old problems
Josef Dabernig’s tireless quest for autonomy
Tracing the ideas that travelled from Germany to the deserts of Southern California, and, eventually, to define the spirit of 1960s counterculture.
How does Édouard Glissant’s demand for opacity translate into art?
Is the space of painting made by abstraction, illusion or the sculptural qualities of the canvas?
The growing social bond between consumers and corporations has changed the way artists are working with commodities
The resurgence of nature motifs is part of a shift from Pop cultural references to pure atmospheres