Stream The Week In Art, Design, And Technology

Your week in review.


Courtesy Giphy Creative Commons.

The Rundown:

1. Catch up on the urban conflicts surrounding the short life of David Choe's controversial Bowery mural. [Hyperallergic

2. Influencers beware: instagram now let's you see who's being paid to post [Wired]

3. A short doc on Jeff Koons narrated by Scarlett Johansson is now showing at MOCA. Surreal much? [PAPER]

4. Another win for culture: The Guggenheim just open-sourced 1600 works of Modern Art. [Open Culture

5. Solving climate change with design? Sounds like a good idea to us. [New York Times]

6. New Rating System for Movies and TV that considers sexism, racism and the other discriminatory isms [New York Times]

The Long Reads:

7. "The censorship system relies on robbing a person of th self-perception that one needs in order to maintain an independant existence." Here's an essay by AI Weiwei on how censorship works: "Ai Weiwei: How Censorship Works" [New York Times]

8. What happens when the anxiety of information saturation flips into a profound feeling of emptiness? Here's an essay on disillusionment in the Internet Age: "Overlooking Internet Disillusionment: On the Principles of Meme Design" [e-flux]


Author: Annie Felix