In his column Dean Kissick writes about the second season of the BBC's Blue Planet and finds a swansong for a disappearing natural world full of bizarre beauty. Soon, science and technology may furnish us with an imaginary and perhaps still stranger world. 

A discussion with Adam Szymczyk, Hans D. Christ and more tba at Spike Berlin / December 15, 2017

Recommendations from Stephanie Seidel (ICA Miami)

Ein Interview mit der Künstlerin kurz vor der Eröffnung ihrer Ausstellung. 

Photo: Anthony Chiang

An interview with Parisian gallerist Frank Elbaz about his move to Dallas

 Photo: Suki Lynn

Photo: Suki Lynn

An interview with Justine Ludwig, senior curator at Dallas Contemporary, on what's special about city's art scene

An overview of the Texas city's recent past and present

An interview with the artist as he puts the finishing touches to his solo exhibition "Altbau", opening in Berlin on 24 November, 2017

Three of the food technology industry’s avant-garde – Todd Huffman, Ryan Bethencourt and Jayar La Fontaine – talk with Andrew Berardini about our lab-grown diet of the future

 Merian Düsseldorf 1991

Merian Düsseldorf 1991

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 Fashion shoot for Elle Brasil

Fashion shoot for Elle Brasil

In his column Dean Kissick writes about Sophia, the first robot to be granted citizenship by a country. But as a female humanoid robot, she says more about humans' lack of imagination than the new forms and relationships that lie ahead of us.