What is TikTok, how historically significant is the popular app, and—most importantly—should museums be collecting TikToks? Emily Coulthard investigates.
In a new feature, we share the best news, reviews and articles about photography, film and television that we’ve spotted on the web this week.
Robbie Cooper’s Immersion project captures images of people as they become immersed in different types of media—and now you can get involved.
The Life Online launch is now just over two weeks away, and the team working on the [open source] exhibition are busy installing four brand new artworks.
One of the interactive games I was tasked with making for a gallery about the internet was about life before the internet. A perverse request, you might think…
Erin Newell and Phil Bird’s artwork 1 and another celebrates the web’s open source spirit of sharing and collaboration.
It takes a lot of work to develop the interactive exhibits you see at the museum. Audience Researcher Catherine Elvin looks at how we test them.
Thomson & Craighead focus on the threat to net neutrality with their piece Live Portrait of Tim Berners-Lee (an early warning system).
Getting the opportunity to work on a brand new gallery doesn’t happen very often. Creating video content for Life Online presented an exciting challenge for our team.