As algorithms which produce art become more complicated, the issue of authorial intent becomes more pressing than ever
Lily Cox-Richard’s exhibition at the Blanton Museum draws on the W. J. Battle collection of plaster casts, reworking the ancient models to contradict their long accepted whiteness.
Kanye’s IMAX film highlights his favorite artist, but lacks cultural relevance.
As technology advances and tracing artifacts to their home countries becomes easier, curators and governments alike are forced to determine who really owns the past.
Do artists have a responsibility to cleanse our cultural institutions of arms dealers?