An artist animates the relationship between ocean and the internet

Reading Time: 3 moments Andy Sewell’s photobook Identified and Strange Things Complete reminds us how significantly enmeshed contemporary life and the digital world are Andy Sewell’s photobook Identified and Strange Things Move opens, very literally, with a splash: a good abstract image…

Tabitha Soren considers the condition of our interaction with images of crisis on our screens

Reading Time: 3 minutes “The edit is urgent, almost apocalyptic. ” Since 2014, Tabitha Soren has been photographing her ipad tablet screen with an 8×10 look at camera in raking lighting to reveal the residue left behind by her finger prints as…

Miki Kratsman and Shabtai Pinchevsky’s ‘Anti-mapping’ unveils histories of forced displacement in His home country of israel and Palestine

Reading Time: 2 minutes Using technical interventions, the photographers show hidden, forgotten, and destroyed parts of the landscape In 1997, an amendment to the ALL OF US National Defense Authorization Act barred American corporations from distributing high-resolution satellite images associated with Israel…

CROSSLUCID collaborate with AI in order to visualise the mysterious lifestyle forms of the future

Reading Time: 3 minutes The duo behind CROSSLUCID discuss the particular collective’s latest project Landscapes – a series of 5000 pictures created in collaboration along with generative adversarial networks (GANs) to imagine the shapeshifting life forms of tomorrow Lopsided skulls. Mercurial skin.…