Slave to the algorithm
An irreverent guided tour of the 'New Aesthetic'
John Roberts considers why work remains absent from film and culture more generally
Roman Vasseur reviews the Artist Placement Group's historic brokerage of bureaucracy and art
Josephine Berry Slater reviews Claire Bishop's recent book, Artificial Hells
Howard Slater finds in jazz a response to the experience of slavery which preserves and propels a collective being
2,325,600 combinations of 16 grays, an artist's project
Alberto Toscano inspects the gap between financial fantasies and the muddy realities of the 'robot phase transition'
How is high frequency trading's drive to efficiency affecting market dynamics as a whole?
A code-splitting tale of lightspeed trading run by Benedict Seymour, with illustrations by Rona Tunnadine
A short story by Mira Mattar exploring the annihilating power of luxury
Matthew Fuller wades through the Olympic muck to visit The Crystal World
Anna O'Lory of Blaumachen identifies some limits to current struggles in Greece
Neil Gray discusses David Harvey's Rebel Cities from the perspective of the autonomous urban struggles of '70s Italy