Advertising WMMNA: Pictoplasma Focus - Interview With Genevieve Gauckler

Regine Debatty interviews artist, illustrator, and art director Genevieve Gauckler, about a new exhibition at MU in Eindhoven.

Gaming & Play WMMNA: What Makes A City Smart?

One of the winning projects from Making Future Work combines digital technology with biometrics to create prototypes which investigate the emergence of the 'smart-city.'

Design WMMNA: Interview With Good Wives And Warriors, Girls Drawing On Stuff

Régine Debatty interviews the girls behind Good Wives and Warriors, the illustration duo who have drawn on walls, cars and magazines for big name clients.

Technology WMMNA: Worms Dance In Light Of A Microscope At Genomics Awards

Régine Debatty gives us a look into the Designers and Artists 4 Genomics Awards in The Netherlands. A stand out project was 'Microscopic Opera' that showed lab worms dancing under a microscope.

Work WMMNA: Redefining Human Perception

Blogger Regine Debatty takes an interest in how artists, architects, and designers have been experimenting and redefining the boundaries of the human perception.

Design WMMNA: Blade-Runneresque rep.licants.org Pretends To Be You On Facebook And Twitter

Régine Debatty, art show curator and writer of the “We Make Money Not Art” blog, takes a look at a web service that simulates online interactions by taking the user's profiles and interests.

Advertising WMMNA: Virtual Identities

The new exhibition, titled Virtual Identities enquires how digital culture is redefining the characteristics and boundaries of our identity, both personal and collective.

WMMNA: Interview With Richard Pell, Director Of The Center For PostNatural History

If you're curious about dinosaurs and dodos, any natural history museum will enlighten you. But where do you go if you want to learn about spider silk-producing goats, anti-malarial mosquitoes, fluorescent zebrafish or the terminator gene?

Innovation (Video) Reginé Debatty At PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON

In this video from PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON 2007, Reginé Debatty of We Make Money Not Art describes how today's artists explore technology.