An exploration of mans' misogyny and its relationship with war & its weaponry; in accordance to themes such as atomic energy, masculinity,bloodlust, sadism, sex, desire, fashion, heroism, lust, bravado, murder
This strangely emotional work weaves finely tuned aesthetic formalism with polemic. Unusually for Internet based media work, after an initial cascade of data, the piece unfolds at an intensely slow pace.
This work began as a poem about getting old and is based on the device used in packages like Adobe Premiere and Macromedia for sequencing images, video clips, and sound files. IE 5.5, Netscape 7.1, or Mozilla
Join the open discussion about the ideas, potentials, political and social tensions surrounding Accelerationism. A bridge between academic conversations to a wider practice and everyday experience. Hosted on the Netbehaviour email discussion list and Neterarti social media platform.
London's Permaculture Design Course - Spring Into Action! and Design 4 A.C.T.I.O.N (Active Community Transformation In Our Neighbourhoods) are a different kind of permaculture course - positive design for your life, your community and your world by empowering the genius inside all of us!
Get involved in a weekend of image play, jargon-busting discussion, hacking and hands-on-exercises, to find out how we might unveil the financial sector. Together we will get involved with activities from open data mapping and visualisation, photography to computer games and digital art installation pieces to explore how money might be accurately represented in an era of digital payment via offshore tax havens.
As part of Katriona Beales’s project Are we all addicts now? PEER is inviting people to participate in three free workshops. May 23rd – WE MAKE TOOLS AND TOOLS MAKE US, June 6th – TOUCH ME, and June...
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