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Livestreaming the Revolution

A camera is a vehicle for truth—but is the truth enough to set us free?
Safy-Hallan Farah
the internet

On Instagram, Experimenting Beyond the Human Condition

The newest range of filters isn't about trying on a lipstick shade or a flower crown—but about becoming someTHING else entirely.
Tatum Dooley
the internet

Twitter Bots and the Possibilities for New Identities

This bot randomly matches flags from different countries to create new imaginary ones.
Sam Holleran

Marina Abramović's Newest Performance is An App Designed To Fight Climate Change

The Rising app shows an avatar of Abramović surrounded by melting ice caps, inside a glass tank that slowly fills with water — and only we can save her by pledging to support the environment.
Nadja Sayej

Tabitha Soren Exposes The Intersection of Touch and Technology

After seeing these ripped-from-the-headlines images, you'll never think about your phone screen the same way again.
Cassidy Dawn Graves
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Is a Luxury Object Made in a Lab More Desirable One Made by Hand?

The idea of machine-made indulgences is increasingly competing with handcrafted counterparts. Will a lab-grown Birkin soon have as long a waiting list as a crocodile one?
Lou Stoppard
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Why Are Robots So Badly Dressed?

GARAGE explores why the most terrifying thing about the creatures threatening world domination may be their poorly-tailored suits.
Alex Beggs
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Silicon Valley Is Trying (and Failing) to Automate Human Empathy

The new Holy Grail for tech companies: a bot that sounds just as awkward on the phone as you do.
Kyle Chayka
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Group Therapy for the End of the World

Kyle Chayka travels to a workshop in rural Sweden run by a co-founder of a shadowy environmental activist group seeking answers. He found a sense of impending doom, both personal and planet-wide. Photographed by Carolyn Drake.
Kyle Chayka
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

The Extraordinary and Terrifying World of “Deepfakes”

With the disturbing rise of new visual augmentation software, you can appear anywhere at any time doing anything, all without your consent. Can anyone remain untouched, or are we totally fucked? Photographed by Hannah Whitaker.
Sarah Nicole Prickett

Iris Van Herpen Blinded Me with Science!

An exhibition of the designer’s work comes to Canada, where a writer re-considers her relationships with nature and technology.
Haley Mlotek

Artist Doug Aitken Says Life Is a Film and We're All Directing

Doug Aitken wants to put reality into question in his new show on the origins of the cell phone, now on view at 303 Gallery.
Sarah Valdez