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Articles by Nadja Sayej
The obsession with encryption and data has influenced art for centuries.
We talk to the creator of a German painting bot that can adjust its own style on the fly.
Efforts to listen in on Warsaw Pact communications lasted throughout the Cold War.
Rather than just showing off technical brilliance, Riches's goal remains to show how things work.
"I've also been experimenting with the device as a means for worms to write texts for us."
"The suggestion is to try it out; it’s not tested on animals."
The marketplace focused on cultural fare—art books sold alongside festival tickets and of course the usual traders.
Ögmundur Jónasson tells us about the open letter he received from the International Modern Media Institute, how pornography is defined, and whether he has ever watched porn.
A chat with the artist, whose 'superhero' portraits of his Kickstarter backers are now on display at a gallery in Brooklyn.