A new film by Ruaridh Arrow about Gene Sharp advocates for non-violence
An interview with a photographer who shoots CIA 'black sites' and covert satellites.
An exhibition in Madrid explores how people use and create the space outside the planned limits of cities.
A gripping exhibition looks at how has fear evolved in the modern human experience.
Tucked away in the Royal College of Surgeons in London is a little museum with big surprises.
These eye-catching headphones filter external sounds to compose noise from the environment, rendering it "differently familiar."
In this exhibition, Paul Granjon turns obsolete gadgets into robots and other artefacts.
A new art installation in London's Spitalfields tries to raise awareness about the disappearance of bees and their unique social organization.
The mathematical, kinetic, and geometrical art of Conrad Shawcross on display in London.
The fascinating story of an early pioneer of electronic music, the first woman to design and construct an electronic musical instrument.
Hackteria aims to help people experiment with biological art and science.
Regine Debatty interviews artist, illustrator, and art director Genevieve Gauckler, about a new exhibition at MU in Eindhoven.
Le Cadavre Exquis is among this year's winning proposals of Making Future Work, an initiative to commission digital innovation research in the East Midlands.
A new computer program uses artificial intelligence to generate fairy-tales.