Karen Archey

Wellness and new-ages tendencies in the work of Débora Delmar, Institute for New Feeling, Dafna Maimon, Helga Wretman and Lauryn Youden

Galerie Nagel Draxler, Berlin, Germany

Bff Twin Torso, 2015, mixed media, 1.3 × 1.5 × 1.2 m, installation view, Sandy Brown, Berlin. Courtesy: the artist and Sandy Brown; Photograph: Gunter Lephowski

With their tribal tattoos facing the world, the sculptures of Anna Uddenberg shed a light on class and gender sterotypes - from the aspirational to

Various venues, Berlin, Germany

Kunsthalle Zurich, Germany

Frantiŝek Kupka, Bleus Mouvants III, Recto (Moving Blues III, Recto), 1925–27, oil on canvas, 1.1 Courtesy: © Christie's Images Limited 2016

Museum Kampa, Prague, Czech Republic

Kunsthaus Zurich, Switzerland

Bodily and technological extremes in the sculptures of Yngve Holen

Heinz Mack (ZERO co-founder), Sahara Project, Tunisia, 1968. Courtesy: ZERO Foundation

What are the histories of artists engaging with emergent technologies? How has Post-Internet art come to be defined? And what happens next?