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McKenzie Wark pays tribute to the French cultural theorist, who called our era one of ‘dromocracy’: the reign of speed

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At CRAC, Sète, a group show interrogates both the cultural inscription of gender, and the essentializing tendency of earlier feminist debates

Why the sportswear corporation built a brand philosophy premised on personal transcendence and social justice

With a forthcoming solo show at Tiwani Contemporary, London, the artist discusses Niger-Delta food traditions, ‘disaster narratives’ and environmen

Born in Kandy, Minnette de Silva was the first female Asian female architect to be registered with RIBA

Homoerotic vulnerability marks the late artist's delicate portrayals of imaginary men at Delmes & Zander, Cologne

A new exhibition addresses the impregnable fortress of technical detail and corporate hyperbole in game design

In further news: trailer for Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf’s exhibition debut in Vienna; Pussy Riot members arrested in Moscow

Ahead of its showing, the artist spoke to Juliet Jacques about the 24-hour work-in-real-time – widely acknowledged as a video art masterpiece

‘Her oeuvre was a radical departure and fiery negation of the masculine art-making that was prominent in the 1970s’

A survey of Tish Murtha’s work at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, shows the compassion and conviction of the late documentary photographer

In other art world madness: art school lessons from Kanye; gallery solves parking dispute with ‘gay conversion therapy’ banner

The winner of the Käthe Kollwitz Prize 2018 discusses her MoMA retrospective, Germany’s political future, and her love of jokes

Featuruing Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, ‘Womanhouse’ marks the 30th anniversary of the museum dedicated to women artists

‘Invaders’ daubed on list of migrants who have died seeking refuge in Europe, at Liverpool Biennial

An exhibition featuring the noise musician was cancelled after a backlash around his links to white supremacists

Works by 13 Aboriginal artists prompt reflection on the 1828 atrocity, one which represents the countless other colonial battles fought in Australi

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