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Walid Raad’s quasi-fictional yet historically driven The Atlas Group has been a touchpoint for many contemporary discussions around the roles of archives in contemporary art. Raad’s project focuses on the Lebanese Civil War, often from the standpoint of perturbations in collective historical...
This article examines the Atom Suit Project carried out by Japanese artist Kenji Yanobe in the Chornobyl zone in 1997. Employing an ecocritical theoretical lens, I focus on the relationship between the artwork and the place of its stage—a site of a nuclear disaster—in order to better understand...
This article explores the rise of deepfake satire as one of the most vibrant subgenres of experimentation within the expanding field of AI art. A combination of “deep learning” and the word “fake,” deepfake videos depict people doing or saying things that they never did or said. While deepfakes...
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