F.A.T. GOLD: Five Years of Free Art & Technology
- Everyone gets their moment in the TED spotlight thanks to Evan Roth's "Ideas Worth Spreading"
- Adult performers become classic art models in Addie Wagenknecht and Pablo Garcia's "Webcam Venus"
- "Screwmocracy" made a much-needed contribution to last year's election debates. Choose carefully.
- Greg Leuch's "Shaved Bieber" browser plugin convinced hordes of fans he had removed the pop icon from the internet. He started a Tumblr site keep track of the hate mail and death threats.
- Existential Emergency Phone is ready for those stormy nights where you spend hours staring listlessly at empty browser tabs
- Old cellphones become fresh bling in Aram Bartholl's "YOUR ART!!"
- A yarn-covered mannequin depicts a vegetative state we should all be familiar with
- Physical installation for F.A.T. Lab's "Occupy Internet," which spread armies of animated GIF protesters into peoples' web sites during the height of the protests
- Tobias Leingruber's "Skatekeyboard," the perfect fusion of skateboard and keyboard, dangles from the gallery ceiling