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Surveillance Countermeasures: Expressive Privacy via Obfuscation | DANIEL C. HOWE

[T]o radically automate and to automate radically as a careful ethical and aesthetic gesture.[1]   The ubiquity of the web-browser as an interface to the web, and to digital content in general, has by now surpassed that of any other ...

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“Punk. Its traces in contemporary art”. An interview with David G. Torres, curator of the exhibition | CHRISTINA GRAMMATIKOPOULOU

español Hans-Peter Feldmann '5 Pound Bill with Red Nose', 2012. Courtesy of Projecte SD, Barcelona. Source: MACBA.cat   Christina Grammatikopoulou: This year, considered as the 40th anniversary since the emergence of Punk, has been ...

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Atis Rezistans: The Visual Rhetoric of Haitian Art and Haitian Trash | CHRISTOPHER GARLAND

I Between November 2009 and November 2015 the Grand Rue neighborhood in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti has played host to four Ghetto Biennales—a celebration and exhibition of art beyond the country’s well-renowned folk painting. In recent ...

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June 2016 | English, Review

Review of A.O. Scott’s Better Living through Criticism: How to Think about Art, Literature, Beauty, and Truth | RANDY LAIST

In his 1981 film, History of the World, Part I, Mel Brooks depicts the birth of art: a cave man paints a portrait of a large mammal on a cave wall as a crowd of onlookers grunts in approval.  In Brooks’s movie, this epochal moment is followed ...

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ORLAN // Narrating Ideas for the Future of “Self” | JAYNE BUTLER

  ORLAN // FEMINIST THEORY by ABSTRACT MEANS “Beauty is becoming less about luck and more about choice.”[1] Orlan, a female artist from France, exercised her right of choice, as well as control when she received nine consecutive ...