Technology

Camille Blatrix, Fortune, 2019, detail of installation view at Lafayette Anticipations, Paris, 2019. Courtesy: the artist, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York and Balice Hertling, Paris. Photo: Pierre Antoine

In a new short story, Huw Lemmey responds to the themes of Camille Blatrix’s BMW Open Work project

By Huw Lemmey

In further news: ImageNet removes 600,000 images after art project reveals AI racial bias; Olafur Eliasson appointed UN ambassador

By Frieze News Desk

Fabian Schöneich on the artist’s new performance at Kunsthalle Basel

By Fabian Schöneich

The results, which veer from the weird to the outright racist, draw attention to the bias of machine learning

By Orit Gat

The viral video heralds a future of disinformation

By Kadish Morris

In ‘New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century’ at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the definition of ‘technology’ is intentionally loose

By Mike Pepi
LIFEWTR lounge at Frieze New York 2019

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‘If we can touch one more person through what artists are doing with that medium, that’s incredibly important’ 

Sara Ludy, Sunset Gel Plume Kite, 2019

The Frieze LIFEWTR Talk, ‘Art through Technology’, at Frieze New York 2019

Zach Lieberman, Another Copy 6 (still)

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Presented in the LIFEWTR Lounge at Frieze New York 2019, from the Series ‘Art through Technology’

Sara Ludy, Pond wave (still)

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Presented in the LIFEWTR Lounge at Frieze New York 2019, from the Series ‘Art through Technology’

Andrew Benson, Gubble (still)

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Presented in the LIFEWTR Lounge at Frieze New York 2019, from the Series ‘Art through Technology’

BM Electric Chinese Typewriter brochure, 1913, included in ‘Radical Machines: Chinese in the Information Age’, 2018–19. Courtesy: Museum of Chinese in America, New York

China’s triumph over Western information technology is world-historical, not just a niche curiosity

By Audrea Lim