Marc Garrett interviews Joseph DeLappe about his latest art venture ‘The 1,000 Drones Project - A Participatory Memorial’. He is considered a pioneer of online gaming performance art. His work examines the conditions and processes of cultural information to provoke and critique the state of military influences on everyday culture and people’s lives.
Eva Kekou interviews artist and curator Art Clay on his work and ‘Digital Art Weeks International' (DAW) festival based in Asia. His recent output focuses on large media based performative works and spectacles using mobile phone devices. He has received prizes for performance, theatre, new media art, music composition and curation.
After the credit crunch, quantitative easing, austerity and the Bitcoin bubble a new online show takes a comprehensive look at the history of net art's depictions of "Money As Error". What themes and subjects emerge from _MON3Y AS AN 3RRROR | MON3Y.US, and has it bitten off more than it can chew with work by almost 200 artists?
The exhibition Time and Motion at FACT Liverpool is a collaboration between FACT and the Creative Exchange at the Royal College of Art - an initiative which looks at how arts and humanities researchers can work with industry to effect digital innovation. Rachel Falconer reviews the exhibition in the context of the paradoxical dynamics of cognitive capital and the changing landscape of the labour market.
Lawrence Bird interviews Ricardo Dominguez about The Transborder Immigrant Tool (TBT), a hand-held device to aid crossers of the Mexico-US border. A project created by the University of California at San Diego’s Electronic Disturbance Theater (EDT) 2.0/b.a.n.g. lab, and still evolving today. It includes input from other members of the collective: Brett Stalbaum, Micha Cardenas, Amy Sara Carroll and Elle Mehrmand.
Spill >> Forward by Transnational Temps is an 'Online Exhibition' of images and other media of the theme of oil spills. With some works shown at the MediaNoche gallery in NY from July 30th - November 19th, 2010. TT are an arts collective exploring the interstices of art, ecology and technology.
Based on an interview with the Critical Glitch Artware Category organizers and contenders of http://www.demoparty.us/: jonCates, James Connolly, Eric Oja Pellegrino, Jon.Satrom, Nick Briz, Jake Elliott, Mark Beasley, Tamas kemenczy and Melissa Barron.
Furtherfield recently received a hard copy of The Telekommunist Manifesto in the post, written by Dmytri Kleiner. After reading the Manifesto it was obvious that it was pushing the debate further regarding networked, commons-based and collaborative endevours. Marc Garrett interviews Dmytri about the Manifesto, its concepts and other projects created by the Telekommunist Collective.
Sundays 2PM: 2 Mar, 6 Apr, 4 May, 6 Jul, 3 Aug 2014
5 monthly board game ‘Ludic Science Club Sunday Sessions’ organised by Class Wargames at the Furtherfield Commons. Next Sunday join Richard Barbrook and Class Wargame collaborators for the Mac Gerdts, Imperial 2030. All Welcome :-)
A new series of creative technology workshops for different ages run by Codasign at Furtherfield Commons, a new hub to connect and activate local and international communities of artists, technologists, thinkers and doers.
Apply here for the UAMO Festival exhibition (16th to 19th of October 2014/Munich).All submitted works should have a connection to this year´s theme “Pretty – Ugly“.APPLICATION DEADLINE: 30th of June...
Art Professionals in Athens, the first official art residency in Athens supported by the European fund NFRS: National Strategic Reference Framework 2007–2013 and co-ordinated by Dr. Sozita Goudouna,...
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