One Take

John Gerrard, Western Flag (Spindletop, Texas), 2017, installation view, Somerset House, London. Courtesy: Thomas Dane, London; photograph: Damian Griffiths

A digital portrait of the landscape that transformed our planet

Ian Cheng, Emissary in the Squat of Gods, 2015, video still

Jace Clayton discovers hyper-intelligent dogs and violent humans in the artist’s computer-simulated worlds

Maeve Brennan, The Drift, 2016, video stills. Courtesy: the artist; produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London, and Spike Island, Bristol; commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery, London, Spike Island, Bristol, The Whitworth, Manchester, and Lismore Castle Arts

A new film by Maeve Brennan reflects on lives caught up in the conflict in Lebanon

A new video installation from Richard Mosse investigates the refugee crisis

Kaelen Wilson-Goldie considers a collaborative intervention by Suhu Traboulsi and Walid Raad

In our regular series focusing on a single work by an artist, Phoebe Blatton considers Donna Huddleston's monumental new drawing

All images: Jay Chung & Takeki Maeda, Untitled (directed by Lev Kalman and Whitney Horn), 2015, stills from 16mm film transferred to video. All images courtesy the artists, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin, Cabinet, London, Gaga Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, and Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich

On repetition and reiteration in a new film by Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda

K, 2015, two-screen video installation. All images courtesy the artist and MOT International, London and Brussels; photograph: Raphael Fanelli

Elizabeth Price’s new two-screen, HD video installation, K

Herman de Vries’s Dutch pavilion in Venice

All images: Moon Dust, 2014,  video stills. All courtesy: the artist, 356 S. Mission Road,  Los Angeles, The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, Kavi Gupta  Gallery, Chicago, and Lisa Cooley, New York

Dan Fox explores handcrafted futures and the automated present in Scott Reeder’s new sci-fi film Moon Dust

Human Mask, 2014, video still. All images courtesy: the artist, Hauser & Wirth, London, and Anna Lena Films, Paris

In the first of a new series focusing on a single work, Jennifer Higgie considers Pierre Huyghe’s latest film, Human Mask

Plymouth Rock 2012, multi-channel video installation, acrylic on canvas and mixed media

The New York-based artist’s latest video installation, Plymouth Rock