New Exhibitions has included Olga Fedorova’s show, Generic Jungle, in its list of shows to see in London for November/December. To check out the full listing, click here.
Generic Jungle, Russian artist Olga Fedorova’s first solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, is mentioned by dreamideamachine ART VIEW in their international round-up of art exhibitions to see this November. Take a look at the full story here.
Signe Pierce is included in Nylon Magazine’s collection of Thanksgiving thoughts from the Queer community. Upon being asked what she is thankful for, Pierce said: “I’m thankful that 2017, as difficult as it has been, is the year that we’re finally seeking to hold people accountable for their actions. Things like institutionalized racism and workplace sexual harassment have had a stronghold on American society forever, but it’s taken a petty, tyrannical president with no veil for his racist, sexist behavior to get us to start saying, ‘Enough is enough.’” To read Pierce’s full statement, and the complete list of quotes, click here.
Molly Soda appears in a new video for Drip, Kickstarter’s recently launched artist subscription service. She discusses how powerful peer support can be, and the impact that hearing positive encouragement has had on her art practice. Watch the full video here.
Molly Soda’s performance at Secret Project Robot, alongside Mutual Benefit and Yowler, is listed by Sophie Weiner of the Village Voice as one of the “best NYC shows” to see this week. For the complete listing, please click here.
Signe Pierce took part in Paper Mag’s “Friendsgiving” dinner with “underground dining sensation” Wolvesmouth. In her signature fashion, Pierce was reported to have photographed every dish on the table. To read the article and see the full visual recap, click here.
Molly Soda has created a new web series for Adolescent called In My Room. In each episode, Soda explores a different topic related to bedrooms: those all-important, practically sacred spaces. In Soda’s case, her bedroom also serves as her studio. To watch “Episode 1: Control,” click here.
Alice Bucknell interviews Olga Fedorova about her first solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Generic Jungle, for Huck Magazine. Describing the females in her lenticular pictures, Fedorova says: “They are all women from my life, who I create through observing and analysing their behaviours. I place them in different environments and situations and let them interact. They are ambiguous and sometimes funny, sometimes friends and sometimes enemies. But they are always somehow erotic. They are stuck in a sort of technological and digital trance.” Check out the full interview here.
Vanessa Feder reviews Olga Fedorova’s solo exhibition Generic Jungle. Describing the surreal quality of the works, Feder writes: “A visually stimulating mesh of everything bizarre, sterile, erotic, simple, complex, uncomfortable and absurd, her lenticular imagery forces an audience to enter new dimensions and come out feeling all types of ways.” Generic Jungle is on view at Annka Kultys Gallery through 16 December. Read the full review here.
Galleries Now features Generic Jungle, Olga Fedorova’s upcoming solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery. This will be Fedorova’s first solo presentation in the United Kingdom, on view from 16 November – 16 December. For more information, click here.
Christian Petersen has included Signe Pierce and Alli Coates’ work, American Reflexxxx, in his Web Wednesday review of the Wrong Biennale. Read Petersen’s full round-up of Wrong Biennale highlights here.
AQNB lists Olga Fedorova’s upcoming solo show, Generic Jungle, at Annka Kultys Gallery. Opening 16 November, the show will run until 16 December. See the full feature here.
Wall Street International features Generic Jungle, Olga Fedorova’s solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery. Generic Jungle will be on view from 16 November – 16 December. To see the listing, click here.
Time Out London reports on Olga Fedorova’s upcoming show at Annka Kultys Gallery. Entitled Generic Jungle, the show will include a range of the artist’s lenticular pictures. For the full details of the show, visit Time Out here.
Molly Soda will be featured in the inaugural edition of a new web series by long-time PBS program American Masters entitled Inspiring Woman. Including 6 female “innovative powerhouses,” the series showcases exemplary women making radical changes in their fields. Since 1986, American Masters has profiled artists of the likes of Georgia O’Keeffe, Ella Fitzgerald and Maya Angelou, earning 28 Emmy Awards and 72 additional nominations. Molly Soda’s episode will air on December 20 on PBS.org. For more information, click here.
Big Red and Shiny writer Raina Belleau explores Anne Vieux’s contribution to the group show Painters & Photographers at Reilly Gallery, Providence College. Placing Vieux’s installation in the show at the center of discussion, Belleau writes: “Above all the other images Vieux’s framed work drifting on the oil slick wall, feels like it speaks most to photography now and the frustrations of the artists trying to bring the medium into a new era where it is an equal to the old classics of painting and sculpture.” Read the full review here.
Redhawk Radio profiles “Internet Darling” Molly Soda in anticipation of her 10 November performance alongside Told Slant, Yowler and Marjorie Lee at Oxford’s Kofenya Coffee in Miami. For more information about the performance, and to read the full profile, click here.
Signe Pierce is interviewed by Alice Bucknell in her latest editorial for Artsy. Entitled “A Brief History of the Color Pink,” the piece traces the history of the rosy shade. Known for her employment of pink and purple light in both her photography and her performances, Pierce rejects historically gendered notions of the color. She says: “The insistence upon socializing women to identify with a color that doesn’t exist in the ‘real world’ is, to me, a testament towards the patriarchal hierarchies that work to keep women submissive in everyday life.” Read Bucknell’s full editorial here.
FAD has named !Mediengruppe Bitnik’s show Are You Online Now? as one of the “Top 9 Art Exhibitions to see this week in London.” Tabish Khan writes “The bots each inhabit a screen and seem to talk to users or even themselves in an unnerving way that makes us want to distrust any online conversation in case it’s with a bot.” Read the full article here.
Drool Creatives features Olga Fedorova’s upcoming solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, Generic Jungle. The artist’s first solo show at the gallery, Generic Jungle will feature an array of the artist’s 3-D lenticular pictures. The show will run from 16 November through 16 December. For more information, click here.
Contemporary Art Society, London’s first and most popular gallery bus tour, which takes place throughout the year, will tour Annka Kultys Gallery on the afternoon of 4 November as part of its East London program. For more information, click here.
Olga Fedorova’s upcoming exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Generic Jungle, is featured on Galleries Now. Containing an array of the artist’s 3D lenticular prints, Generic Jungle will run from 16 November through 16 December. See the full listing here.
Mousse Magazine features !Mediengruppe Bitnik’s show, Are You Online Now, on view at Annka Kultys Gallery from 12 October till 11 November 2017. More info can be found here.
The group show at pop-up exhibition The Glass Room, which includes !Mediengruppe Bitnik’s work Ashley Madison Angels at Work in London (2017), is mentioned by BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones. The author writes “A newly refurbished shop unit in central London contains what at first glance is a trendy technology store. But this shop is not selling the latest tech gadgets. It’s an exhibition called The Glass Room, which aims to get people thinking about where they go and what they do online, and the data trail they leave in cyber-space.” Read the complete review here.
Olga Fedorova’s upcoming solo-exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Generic Jungle, is featured in Keen On Exhibitions PostHuman Bodies section. See the full listing here.
WWD announces that Signe Pierce will be included in a line up of artists participating in a fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Organized by Dana Boyer and Erin Green, the fundraiser will take place on 2 November at Think!Chinatown x ChaShaMa space in New York City. For more information, click here.
!Mediengruppe Beatnik’s work is featured in Looking into Your Online Life, an exhibition at The Glass Room in London bringing together more than 40 different exhibits and artworks. “The show looks at how our personal data is used and sold by companies on a daily basis, and offers visitors practical advice on how to carry out a “data detox”,” writes the author Aimée McLaughlin. Looking into Your Online Life runs until 12 November at 69-71 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0ND. Read the full review here.
Elephant’s Charlotte Jansen visits Molly Soda’s studio and interviews her about her work space, her practice, and the current state of digital affairs and data archiving. Soda says: “Watching the Internet rot and websites turn into graveyards is really pushing me to try and do as much as I can to save things, and if I can’t save them, find ways to rebuild or reimagine them.” Check out the full interview here.
Neowin mentions The Glass Room’s pop-up exhibition Looking into Your Online Life, featuring !Mediengruppe Bitnik videos. The exhibition featuring over 40 artists working in net art, explores how big companies data is used and what they can consider doing about it. The Glass Room will be touring to other UK cities in Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, and Bristol . For more information, click here.
Anne Vieux’s works, ////soft wavelength (2017) and //interrupter (2017) are included in Scott Indrisek’s article on The Journal Gallery co-founder Michael Nevin. Both works are currently on view at The Journal Gallery in New York until October 27. More information can be found here.
Paul Carey-Kent reviews !Mediengruppe Bitnik’s show Are You Online Now? at Annka Kultys Gallery. He writes: “The Swiss collective…imaginatively subverts the online world, here with a striking installation which operates in appropriation and exposure mode, but also metaphysically.” Read the full write-up here.
Brooke Schueller mentions Anne Vieux in a review of Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists, a group show at the Newcomb Art Museum. Describing Vieux’s technique, Schueller writes: “Vieux uses scans of holographic paper to create whirling works of hidden dimensions and rich color.” Read the full review here.
!Medengruppe’s first solo exhibition at AKG Are You Online Now is reported in Wall Street International. More info can be found here.
VICELAND program SLIDESHOW interviews Signe Pierce about her series Faux Realities (2017), which recently showed at Annka Kultys Gallery. Pierce explains: “Theres something almost therapeutic about color, beauty and light; but there is an element of tragedy that hovers over these pictures.” Watch the full interview here.
!Mediengruppe Bitnik’s upcoming show Are You Online Now? is featured by DROOL Creatives. More information can be found here.
Molly Soda is interviewed by podcast Humor and the Abject about “selfie feminism in hindsight, her recent solo exhibitions […]perceptions of sincerity and honesty in her work, isolation, aesthetic and interface evolutions in social media, how we actively present ourselves for internet audiences, and shitposting.” Listen to the full conversation here.
Signe Pierce is included in an article about the practice of Instagram artists published by Der Standard. Describing the role of mass distribution via social media as an outlet for artistic expression, the author quotes Pierce: “‘Art must be seen by the people who are not looking for it.’” Read the entire piece here.
!Mediengruppe Bitnik’s upcoming presentation of Are You Online Now? at Annka Kultys Gallery is listed by AQNB. Read the full exhibition preview here.
!Mediengruppe Bitnik’s upcoming exhibition at AKG is reported in Time Out. The author writes: “Their show at Hackney’s Annka Kultys Gallery promises to be just as madcap, simultaneously using and disrupting the internet through their own wily activities.” Read the full article here .
Galleries Now featured Annka Kultys Gallery’s upcoming presentation of !Mediengruppe Beatnik’s Are You Online Now?, showcasing the five-channel video installation Ashley Madison Angels At Work In London (2017). More information can be found here.
Stine Deja: There’s Life Outside is featured as one of Galleries Now top exhibition recommendations in today’s Frieze London Special edition of the Weekender. More info here.
Stine Deja spoke on Tank Magazine about her second solo exhibition There’s Life Outside at Annka Kultys Gallery. Deja talks about “how the show is intended to expose the ways in which our lives are increasingly artificial.” Read the full interview here.
!Mediengruppe Bitnik’s upcoming presentation of Are You Online Now? is featured in Wall Street International. The full preview can be read here.
The Verge reviews Shared, an anthology curated by Molly Soda and Sara Sutterlin that attempts to record Internet art. “It’s really a frustrating age to be in,” Soda says. “There’s a heightened amount of visibility, but at the same time things are really overlooked.” Read the full review here.
Stine Deja There’s Life Outside, is featured in Wall Street International Art. More information can be found here.
DROOL Creatives features Stine Deja’s upcoming exhibition There’s Life Outside. Read the full listing here.
Annka Kultys Gallery’s booth, which featured an installation by Stine Deja and a performance-installation by Marie Munk, at Art Code Fair in Denmark was mentioned in Kunstkritikk’s review of the event. Read the full recap here.
Stine Deja’s Cyphoria (2015) is given an in depth analysis in Simone Rossi’s piece, “On Post-Human: tomorrow will become female,” included in the Issue 05 of Cactus Digitale. She describes the vision of humanity encapsulated by Deja’s work as “An asexual species, where pleasure does not disappear, but rather it is spread. A mutation to overcome the real, psychological, ontological, and contemporary social discomfort.” Read a selection of the article here.
In an article about gender disparities between men and women in the arts, Mikkel Carl mentions Stine Deja’s installation of 4K Zen at Code Art Fair in Copenhagen. The fair, he write, is “pure girl power.” To read the full article, click here.
Signe Pierce’s exhibition Faux Realites was reviewed by Art Maze International art critic Christina Nafziger. Nafziger writes, first solo show “Annka Kultys Gallery has brought thought-provoking exhibitions to East London that have generated a dialogue surrounding new, digital techniques being utilized by contemporary artists. Its Summer exhibition Faux Realities, showcasing the photography of artist Signe Pierce , proved to be of no exception.” Read the complete article here.
Molly Soda is in conversation with KPISS.FM. Listen to the full interview here.
Signe Pierce’s work is on show at ‘The Future of Her’ by Galeria Melissa in New York. ‘The Future of Her’ is an interactive art project presented at the new concept store, Galeria Melissa, featuring art and video installations curated by Kelsey and Rémy Bennett, and featuring Sam Cannon and Signe Pierce, as well as multimedia architecture from Brazilian visual artist Muti Randolph. A review by Creators can be found here.
AQNB interviews Damian Griffiths about the ‘] [‘ group show at Annka Kultys Gallery. “What I hope the audience gets from this exhibition is that nothing is given, everything has intention. The walls might be painted white but they are not invisible. The documentation of the show may be natural but it is not neutral.” Read the full interview here.
Stine Deja’s work is included in “And if I left off dreaming about you?”, a group exhibition at Polignano a Mare’s Like A Little Disaster open from 18 June to 18 August 2017. The show also includes work by Gioia Di Girolamo, Motoko Ishibashi, Lito Kattou, Botond Keresztesi and Maurizio Vicerè – Vice, and explores “the boundary between awake and sleep within the technological, visual and iconographic landscape in which we are now immersed”. View images of the show on AQNB here.
Tabitha Steinberg interviews Anne Vieux on FAD and asks her about her work and recent exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery. Elaborating on the show’s title Mesh, Vieux states, “I was thinking about the barrier between screens and the body as one layer of mesh, as well as the architecture of the gallery as a mesh. The more I thought about mesh, I was able to structure ideas around mediation, the body, femininity.” Read the full interview here.
Artnet lists “Unquestionable Optimism – The Barn Show” with Ivana Baśič, Alexandra Gorczynski and Anne Vieux as one of its 12 Must-See Art Shows Happening in the Hamptons This Summer. Read the full article here.
China Xinhua News interviews Damian Griffiths, curator of ] [ at Annka Kultys Gallery. Griffiths discusses the group show, his curatorial concept and stand-out pieces in the exhibition. Watch the full video here.
In concurrence with her first solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, Monopol profiles ‘reality artist’ Signe Pierce. Describing Faux Realities and the instafamous quality of Pierce’s work, the author writes, “She has shown her photographs there, a best of @signepierce to a certain extent; the viral hits from the social media.” Read the full profile here.
Molly Soda was interviewed by DRØME about her video commission for Italian magazine StaiZitta entitled Hole in My Bucket, 2017. Elaborating on the video’s unusual setting Soda describes “There’s something fantasy-like to be in a nature setting—it’s almost completely false to me in a lot of ways. Especially when you’re recording it and putting it online, you’re saying ‘hey look at me doing this thing outside away from computers but let me show it to you [online].’” Read the full interview here.
Writer and curator Paul Carey-Kent has reviewed the group show ] [ . He writes, “It’s primary appeal is the quality of work tending to deconstruct the body, and hence physical presence…” Read the full review here.
Aesthetica Magazine reviews Signe Pierce’s first solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, Faux Realities. The author writes that in Pierce’s photography “the role of the artist becomes one of surreal authority; one that can edit, compose and create new landscapes and identities through an excessive spectrum of possibility.” Read the full write-up here.
FAD has named Signe Pierce one of the “Top 8 Art Exhibitions to see this week in London.” Tabish Khan writes “Beauty is found in consumerism and its byproducts.” Read the full article here
Signe Pierce exhibition Faux Realities, was included in Londonist Things To Do Today in London: Friday 23 June, 2017. “Fluorescent lights, escalators in Vegas, a flower in a puddle. All glow in bright neon colours in a photography exhibition designed for the Instagram generation. .” says writer Tabish Khan, “Beauty is found in consumerism and its byproducts.” Read the complete article here.
Signe Pierce exhibition at AKG is reviewed by Alice Bucknell for This is Tomorrow. “‘Faux Realities’ is a touchstone for this series of simulacra: it is the first time that Pierce’s photographs have been exhibited off the screen, and to a scale larger than a desktop monitor (or more commonly, one’s iPhone: a nice synchrony with their mode of capture). Blown up to size A0 prints and edited accordingly, the photographs appear like a HDR vision cloaked in low-res fuzzy ambience.”, writes Bucknell. Read the full review here.
Signe Pierce’s solo exhibition at AKG ‘Faux Realities’ is reported in Wall Street International. More info can be found here.
‘Faux Realities’, Signe Pierce’s exhibition at AKG was reviewed by Eric Iannitti for Unrated. “For Pierce, the series is a meditation on the increasingly murky notion of what we consider “real” in both life and art today, in the age of fake news, digital art and sophisticated editing tools”, writes Iannitti. Read the full article here.
Signe Pierce was interviewed by Ione Gamble for Dazed Magazine about her current show at AKG ‘Faux Realities’. “By straddling reality and illusion, the New York based artist exposes the absurdities of femininity while also proving its a force to be reckoned with”, writes Gamble. Read the full interview here.
Hunger TV reviews Signe Pierce’s solo show, Faux Realities, at Annka Kultys Gallery. You can read the full piece here .
Molly Soda was interviewed by Artsy on her current solo show at 315 Gallery in Brooklyn. “ ‘I’m just happy to be here’ presents a multitude of Mollys… Soda taps into a tension familiar with anyone who has ever used the internet: the inevitable discrepancy between the way we’re perceived online …and the way we actually are in real life”, writes Casey Lesser. Read the full article here.
Anne Vieux was interviewed by Giulia Ponzano about her recent show ‘mesh’ at AKG. Meditating on the show’s title Vieux is quoted saying: “I used the concept of enmeshment loosely, thinking about how the viewer might be seduced into the surfaces of the paintings, and boundaries between what is physical / digital.” Read the full interview here.
Molly Soda’s solo exhibition ‘I’m just happy to be here’ at Gallery 315 in New York is reported on Artrabbit. The author writes: “In her most recent exhibition Soda brings many of the themes she’s played with in the past a step further, encouraging her patrons to interact with her work in a physical space.” Read the full article here.
Anne Vieux’s exhibition mesh at AKG is described as “digitally mesmerising” in the Londonist’s Art Review and list of “Things to do today in London”. Read the full article here.
Anne Vieux’s current exhibition mesh at AKG is included in Tabish Khan’s list of “The Top Nine Exhibitions to see this week in London”. Khan writes that the works “…fool the eyes and appear to change right in front of us.” Read the full article here.
Upper Playground features Anne Vieux’s abstract paintings. Coverage can be found here.
Booooooom features work by Anne Vieux. View all images here.
Molly Soda was interviewed by Matthew James-Wilson for Forge Art Mag about her artistic practice and identity. “Her pendulum swings from sincere to performative, but never goes outside the realm of honesty. As she continues to navigate the world wide web… she brings to light the human patterns the internet brings out in everyone who uses it”, writes James-Wilson. Read the full interview here.
Stine Deja was interviewed by Charlotte Barnard for Traction Magazine about her recent show Cyphoria at AKG. “In ‘Cyphoria’, the capitalisation of human emotion by the techno-bubble has been laid bare”, writes Barnard. Read the full interview here .
Anne Vieux’s exhibition mesh at AKG is mentioned on Mousse Magazine. Read the full article here .
mesh , Anne Vieux’s solo exhibition at AKG, is reported by AQNB. More information can be found here.
Anne Vieux’s mesh as AKG is featured on Galleries Now, with the inclusion of VR 360 degree views of the exhibition. Read the full article here.
Signe Pierce is interviewed by Amar Priganica and Marie-Claire Gagnon for PW-Magazine. “Even when you’re all by yourself, you’re technically never really alone because there’s always somebody else on the other side of the screen,” Pierce says, “And now that we have this live streaming technology, we can all be the star of our own Truman Show. I’m interested in what that can do to a persona and our perception of reality.” To read the full interview, click here.
Molly Soda was interviewed by Rebecca Vorich for Fem Magazine with regards to her exhibition ‘thanks for the add’ and her recently published book ‘Pics or it didn’t happen: Images banned from Instagram’. Soda’s work “is putting the utopian internet to rest and illumination the subtle workings of the corporate influence”, writes Vorich. Read the full interview here.
Anne Vieux was interviewed by Alternative Escape about her upcoming solo exhibition Mesh at AKG this month. “This exhibition will create a space for the viewers’ bodies to exist within the mesh of the work, but also an out of body element…potentially a parallel virtual experience.” explains Vieux. Read the full interview here.
Signe Pierce features in the exhibition Cybercy at the UCCS Galleries of Contemporary Art, Colorado. Her video work American Reflexxx is part of the exhibition’s exploration around “how the Internet affects perceptions of public and private spaces, as well as how people navigate the real, the digital, and the hyper-real”. Read the full article here.
Signe Pierce was interviewed by Samantha Saiyavongsa for Playboy. Pierce is quoted saying, “I’m not afraid to be an artist who embraces new media and uses social media as a platform…The people who need to see art the most are the people who aren’t in the art world.” Read the full article here.
Stine Deja’s exhibition Cyphoria at AKG is mentioned as one of the top 7 art exhibitions to see in London this week by Fad. Tabish Khan describes it as “surreal and imaginative.” Read the full article here.
Molly Soda and Arvida Byström’s book Pics or it didn’t happen is reviewed by Jay Gabler for the Tangential. “Pics or It Didn’t Happen complicates the idea of Instagram — or any other online social network — as a “community”, writes Gabler. Read the full article here .
Art Rabbit has named Cyphoria among the top picks of contemporary art not to miss in London this month. Read the full article here.
Cyphoria, Stine Deja’s current exhibition at AKG, is mentioned in Wall Street International. ” Read the full article here.
Molly Soda was interviewed by Widewalls with regards to her latest exhibition “thanks for the add!” at leiminspace in Los Angeles. “It’s a show about my early life online and it deals with this era of sharing things before the social media we know today came up…(it) deals with questions about archiving and with how we put so much faith in the Internet” says Soda. Read the full interview here.
Stine Deja’s Cyphoria at AKG is mentioned on Galleries Now. Read the full article here.
Cyphoria, Stine Deja’s current exhibition at AKG, is reported in Time Out. The author writes: “The London-based artist’s first show at the Bethnal Green space will involve… an immersive installation modelled around an airport departure lounge. ” Read the full article here .
Signe Pierce is reviewed in Purple Art in relation to her debut solo exhibition Virtual Normality in Vienna. Philip Draxler writes : “For her show, Pierce elevated the intimate architecture of the gallery (a former apartment), into a techno-esque living space”, adding that “the artist explores how our hyper-mediated perception tends to alter our conception of “actual reality” within an increasingly virtual world.” Read the full article here.
Stine Deja’s Cyphoria, the current exhibition at AKG, is mentioned by the Cluj-Napoca based contemporary art platform Anti-Utopias. Read the full article here.
Stine Deja’s current exhibition at AKG was reviewed by Dino Bonacic for Because Magazine. Bonacic points to the way that the exhibition proposes “to travel into a cyber world of satire and absurdity, all through her virtual travel agency called Cyphoria.” and how “to enter Deja’s virtual world you really don’t need a passport, just an open mind and a sense of humour.” Read the full article here.
Molly Soda and Arvida Byström were interviewed by Paper magazine about their new book ‘Pics or It Didn’t Happen: Images Banned From Instagram‘. Annie Felix writes “Pics or It Didn’t Happen is a political and historical statement in direct disobedience of corporation-dictated rules… It’s an addition to your coffee table that actually explores the power of the image in our collective memory, and how deleting an image is akin to deleting a piece of history – if there aren’t any pictures, it didn’t happen.” Read the full article here.
Artsy published an article about the book ‘Pics or It Didn’t Happen: Images Banned From Instagram‘ by Arvida Byström and Molly Soda, featuring photographs that have been banned from Instagram. “The book engages in a dialogue around the policies found across social media, which are designed to keep users safe, though have unintentionally censored artistic freedoms.” writes Molly Gottschalk. Read the full article here.
Molly Soda speaks with Nylon about Instagram. Molly Beauchemin notes: “If Instagram is a space where every photo tells a story, even subversive images become part of the narrative.” Read the full article here.