Carl Burton's Technocracy

Perhaps I’ve read too many internet articles lately — on how automation is going to leave loads of us jobless and prone to civil unrest right quick; about the mathematical probability that this universe we call home is really just a computer simulation, but it doesn’t even matter anyway; interviews with a company of office workers…

Viewing Tomorrowland

Museums and galleries as we know them today are going extinct. The sparsely hung white walls, the stifling silence interrupted only by hesitant footsteps, the evil glare from the intern behind the reception desk, the dependence on paragraphs of restrained text on wall plaques — all slipping away into the past. I don’t mean to be…

The Unit London

“You can be as talented as anybody out there, but a lot of the art industry hinges on reputation.” There is a new art movement gathering great momentum in London. At its core lies the ethos of unity and accessibility. The archaic rules of the art world are being dismantled and re-structured by the rise…

Street Art Collaborations

Let’s face it, we’re profoundly partial to spanking good street art, and when multiple talented, urban renegades get together to collaborate on a a project, well, let’s just say… mind. blown. Two is better than one, they say. Oh, and there’s strength in numbers, too. Platitudes apply even to inventive, spray paint-wielding whiz kids. Here…

Degrees of Freedom

Experimental site-specific performance by BNNT (Konrad Smoleński and Daniel Szwed) Degrees of Freedom by Polish art group, BNNT, The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London, Tuesday 3 December 2013. Curated by Arts Territory. Supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland and the Arts Council England, photo Miseongoa…