From Atari to the No Fly List, artist Yucef Merhi uncovers the pervasive power of technology
The Venezuela-born artist’s pioneering work exploring information systems is on view in two shows in Miami
From heartstrings to purse strings: nostalgia's pull on the art market
Sometimes the wistful memory of time long past is all one needs to spend a few hundred thousand.
From pixelated to post-colonial: iconic 1980s Oregon Trail video game gets an Indigenous reboot
Game on: artists turn to the virtual world of video games during the pandemic
As lockdown continues, video games are proving to be ripe territory for artists and budding curators to experiment (and play)
Dodgy dealer offers famous fakes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons video game
New York court rules Call of Duty video game as art
The gaming publisher Activision is protected under the First Amendment to use the Humvee vehicle brand “if realism is an artistic goal"
Pac-Man at MoMA: Interview with Paola Antonelli
The museum's senior curator of architecture and design speaks about a show opening this month about the diversity and pervasiveness of design in the virtual and physical worlds
Paola Antonelli on the diversity and pervasiveness of design in the virtual and physical worlds
Pac-Man at MoMA? it’s no game