Short fiction from writer Zoe Dubno, commissioned for Rhizome's print publication WEAK SIGNALS.
Might it also happen to us? Indeed it might.
"In MySpace genres I'd call it cobweb/net-art/prayer room."
A five-month social media performance inspired by extreme makeover culture.
A dystopian short story imagines the future of the mobile workplace.
A short story imagines life after the internet forgets.
In a story composed of 33 retweets, @tejucole channeled Teju Cole's literary voice while ...
The following short story is excerpted from The Sovereignties of Invention by Matthew Battles. Battles ...
"Narrative hinges on subjectivity, and we’re accustomed to a certain kind of subjectivity. It ...
This summer when Britain was gripped by civil disturbance, it was suggested by some in ...
This and that thought. takes the form of a narrative. Visually, the project consists of ...
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