Jana Euler, Try one in abstraction with manpower under control of aesthetic decisions, 2012, oil on canvas. Photograph: Mark Blower

Helen Marten is an artist who lives and works in London, UK.

By Helen Marten
Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity, 2013

Timotheus Vermeulen is Assistant Professor in Cultural Theory at Radboud University Nijmegen, where he also heads the Centre for New Aesthetics.

By Timotheus Vermeulen
Merlin James Harbour (2011), acrylic on polyester with wood frame; courtesy: Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York and the artist © Merlin James

Mark Prince is an artist and writer based in Berlin.

By Mark Prince
Yakov Khalip, Mayan Language Unraveled. Punch Cards (1962), included in the Bergen Assembly 2013

Ana Teixeira Pinto is a writer from Lisbon, currently living in Berlin.

By Ana Teixeira Pinto
Jay Z and Marina Abramovic

Morgan Quaintance is a writer, musician and curator; he is also the producer of the weekly broadcast radio program ‘Studio Visit’ on Resonance 104.4 FM.

By Morgan Quaintance
The Last of Us (2013), video game still

Ned Beauman is a British novelist based in New York, USA.

By Ned Beauman
Pierre Huyghe, installation view, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2013

Quinn Latimer is an American poet and critic based in Basel, Switzerland.

By Quinn Latimer
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?

The second response in our series to mark the 50th anniversary of the DAAD Artist-in-Berlin Programme this year.

By Boris Mikhailov

To mark the 50th anniversary of the DAAD Artist-in-Berlin Programme this year, we have invited a number of artists who have been guests of the DAAD to choose an image from their time in Berlin and

By Judy Radul
Ian Cheng, This Papaya Tastes Perfect, 2011, still from motion capture animation

How will stories be told in the future? frieze asks nine artists and writers to reflect on how narrative structures will change as technology advances

Daniel Buren, Les cabanes éclatées imbriquées, travail in situ (Exploded Overlapping Cabins, Work in Situ), 2011, installation view at Centre Pompidou-Metz

Dan Fox invited eight artists and artist groups to reflect on their relationships to curators and curatorial discourse

By Dan Fox