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James Bridle

‘Spellbound’ at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, traces magic and ritual from the Middle Ages to today

In our devotion to computation and its predictive capabilities are we rushing blindly towards our own demise?

Thoughts on #MeToo, Tom Hanks’ typewriter reveries and algorithmic citizenship: what to read this weekend

At the Serpentine Marathon, artists and scientists considered AI, paranoia and the supernatural in an age of machine learning

With our increasingly porous objects, ubiquitous networks and ambivalent organisms, why artists are drawing inspiration from extra-human agencies

Daniel Culpan wins the 2016 prize for his review of Nicole Eisenman's ‘Al-ugh-ories’ at New Museum, New York

James Bridle, a judge of this year’s Frieze Writer’s Prize, explains how he became a writer

How the crisis in Greece is prompting young Athens-based artists to find new spaces for communal reflection

Frieze Writer’s Prize 2016 is open for entries

sub-fusc love-feast, 2014, installation view at  Dundee Contemporary Arts. Courtesy the artist and Ruth Clark

Labyrinthine associations and elastic meaning in the work of Heather Phillipson

Justin Berry, Stone Shields, 2012, ink on archival Baryta  paper, 38 × 31 cm. Courtesy: the artist

Video Game Photography