Made in 1977 for German public television, a rare look at Harun Farocki’s films for children
Under a metahistorical guise, the filmmaking duo enact hidden tyrannies of the contemporary age
With her first major solo exhibition in the UK, the US filmmaker Ericka Beckman speaks about video games, socialist Monopoly and breaking rules
Angelica Mesiti’s films explore the myriad ways humans communicate
Inverting the gaze: real life biography, game play fantasy and Frantz Fanon combine in the British artist’s films
On the Marxist-inspired children's films of Hartmut Bitomsky and Harun Farocki, screened for the first time in more than 40 years
Highlights of the exhibitions and performances taking place during Berlin Art Week
Nina Höchtl and Julia Wieger discuss researching the Austrian Association of Women Artists and their efforts to disrupt unreliable histories
Eric Wesley's latest project, burritos and the search for Middle America
From Atatürk and Turkish nationalism in art to the enduring creepiness of Bruce Conner: what to read this weekend
What's motivating broadcasters to collaborate with artists?
Can failure be the best way to understand something?
Temporary Gallery, Cologne, Germany