Louisa Clement's work explores the relationship between our actual and digital selves. Many of her pieces of art can currently be seen at an exhibition in the western German city of Aachen.
As the exhibition "Survivors. Faces of Life after the Holocaust" opens in a former coal mine complex, DW met photographer Martin Schoeller and the curator of the show to find out how it developed.
How is the internet changing art? What about social media? A museum in the eastern German city of Leipzig explores the issue in an exhibition with a title that refers to a typical Instagram phrase — "Link in Bio."
Egypt's ancient writing system remains a mystery to many. One museum in Jerusalem is hoping to change that by introducing emojis to increase understanding of hieroglyphs in the digital age.
At least two protesters have died as Indonesian students have mobilized the largest demonstrations in two decades against a new set of proposed conservative laws they say will discriminate against women and minorities.
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