ARTIST FAVOURITES BY LU YANG
by Anselm Franke
The 1992 group show “Post Human” explored how the Internet, artificial intelligence, and plastic surgery were changing what it meant to be human. The exhibition's curator Jeffrey Deitch travers back into a past future
ONE WORK: DANDY DUST
Hans Scheirl's feature-length video Dandy Dust
(1998) celebrates the fusion of the sexes and the transgression of morals. By Tenzing Barshee
Phil Up, Charlotte Prodger, Judith Bernstein
, Chloe Piene, Shahryar Nashat
Q/A BERNHARD WILLHELM
What will the perfect body of the future look like?
ROUNDTABLE: EATING THE FUTURE
Three of the food technology industry's avant-garde—Todd Huffman, Ryan Bethencourt and Jayar La Fontaine—talk with Andrew Berardini
about the lab-grown diet of the future.
Q/A MARIE-LUISE ANGERER
What are human beings made of?
ESSAY: HOW TO BECOME AN ALIEN
No one is really engaging with the future. Where has the inventiveness of classical science fiction gone? The drug DMT might be able to help. By Hans-Christian Dany
PORTRAIT IAN CHENG
Figures fall chaotically, cranes take flight, half-rendered dogs roam around threadbare computer-game landscapes. No matter how long you watch Ian Cheng
's video installations, the logic of what's happening remains out of reach. By Gianni Jetzer
For more than forty years, the artist has subjected his body to extreme situations, treating it as a changeable construct within a wider network of technology. An interview by Karin Harrasser
PORTRAIT HANNAH PERRY
The artist takes the sensory overload of contemporary culture head-on. Her works are melancholy excesses with echoes of British pub and rave culture. By Alexander Scrimgeour
POSTCARD FROM TOKYO
By Andrew Maerkle
Q/A DAMIEN WILLIAMS
Are we ready for artificial intelligence?
Brian Droitcour traces the history of technical progress and self-optimisation, in which masculinity becomes a constant exercise. In the meantime, young artists discover their weak bodies.
Q/A ROSI BRAIDOTTI
What does it mean to be posthuman?
Singer Elisa Ambrogio uses her music videos to liberate herself from the narrow confines of the stage and the individual body. By Trinie Dalton
Pierre Guyotat's Eden Eden Eden
from 1970. By Noura Wedell
or the things we like: by Chloe Stead, Jonathan Monk
, Lukas Gansterer, Jonatan Habib Engqvist, and Elodie Evers.
of Felix Bernstein's musical-performance “Bieber Bathos Elegy” at the Whitney Museum in New York and the most important exhibitions in Brussels, Vienna, NY, Berlin, Zurich, Geneva, and LA.
THE END IS NIGHT
Spiritual Exercises. By Sarah Nicole Prickett