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A variety of pop-ups with confrontational messages that include "We're all racist," "This was a setup," and "I am begging you," appear on the homepage of the Whitney Museum of Art website.

Ryan Kuo & Zach Gage

How does ownership operate? How do numbers represent meaning?

Two artists who use digital tools to design evocative interactions discuss metrics, value, and other concepts they both explore in their work.

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Herbert W. Franke & Casey Reas

An intergenerational conversation about art and computation between two leading figures in the field.

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John Provencher & Travess Smalley

Two artists discuss the role of chance in their creative process, and how they have applied generative systems to genres and formats where they aren’t commonly used.

When working with chance, the hardest part is learning when to let go.

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Critical Perspectives


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Commentary

Bake Sale

When artists enter the NFT market from the world of museums and galleries, they often pledge big chunks of their proceeds to charity. Why?

Bake Sale
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Criticism

True Religion

To sell spirituality as a lifestyle brand, Timur Si-Qin draws on wellness culture, crypto, and other ways to find meaning when old values fall short.

True Religion

The Hirsch Truth

Ann Hirsch, a pioneer of social media art and the grandmother of selfie feminism, shares her critical takes on NFTs
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What Outland has done so far, and where things are headed The First Hundred Days

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