He began his career by destroying pianos with John Cage before becoming a pioneer of video art. Nam June Paik's work was often absurd, but always technologically inquisitive

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November's issue explores the links between the digital world and design, from connections made with our data to the designers taking on a surveillance society

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Architects have spent 20 years moaning that internet images both flatten and flatter three-dimensional structures. Get over it, says Ana Karina Zatarain

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A campaign to expose online paedophilia using a digital representation of a 10-year-old child won a Dutch Design Awards last month. But what are the wider implications of this development?

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For the Jerwood Makers Open, the London-based studio has created a tower that uses themes from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein to explore the dangers of the digital age

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