Surveillance

How artists are mapping the flow of onshore and offshore global wealth, before and after the Panama Papers

As Yuri Pattison wins the 2016 Frieze Artist Award, we revisit some of the best frieze articles about art, Big Data and you

Anish Kapoor buys the world's darkest colour and Iggy Pop becomes a life model: a round-up of the latest art news

    Home (with Holly Herndon),  2014, video still. Courtesy: the designers, Holly Herndon  and RNVG, New York

    Sarah Hromack unpacks the work of the Dutch design studio

    R. Crumb, illustration from  ‘The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick’ published in Weirdo #7,  1986. Courtesy: © Robert Crumb, 1986

    Did Philip K. Dick predict the future of surveillance?

    The art world’s ambivalent response to surveillance

    Todd Eberle, (Untitled) IBM 1620 Data Processing System, 1968, 1999, photograph. Courtesy: © Todd Eberle

    Algorithms, Big Data and surveillance: what’s the response, and responsibility, of art?

    Rivane Neuenschwander  The Conversation,  2010. Courtesy: the artist; Tanya Bonakdar, New York; Stephen Freidman, London; and Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo.

    On eavesdropping, Muzak and the sound of Bitcoin

    Tom Cruise in Oblivion,  2013

    Has Hollywood primed us for total surveillance?

    Courtesy: © Roger Tooth/Guardian News & Media Ltd.

    A photograph depicting destroyed computer parts said to have contained files leaked by Edward Snowden

    Trevor Paglen, Untitled (Reaper Drone), 2010, c-type print, 1.2 × 1.5 m. Courtesy: the artist, Altman Siegel, San Francisco, Metro Pictures, New York, and Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

    What do drones see? And how can we see them?

    ‘The Freedom of Speech Itself ’installation view at The Showroom, London, 2012

    Forensic listening and juridical speaking