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