"¿Quién era el monstruo, el doctor Frankenstein o el pobre mutante al que dio vida? Es la pregunta que se plantea la exposición Los monstruos de la máquina que durante los próximos seis meses se podrá ver en LABoral Centro de Arte." - Patricia Del Gallo
Furtherfield: Art, Technology, and Social Change explores Furtherfield's history and it's recent exhibit Deep Water Web.
"Home to a group of artists, activists, creators and innovators, the Commons and Gallery are the nucleus of a wider online community which brings together art, technology and activism in the hopes of inspiring discussion and creativity." - Gráinne Regan
A new article on The Art Newspaper, by Julia Michalska, titled "Blockchain: how the revolutionary technology behind Bitcoin could change the art market" discusses the use of blockchain in the art world. "The software has the potential to improve transparency, copyright and ownership issue". The article mentions Furtherfeild's recent exhibit The Human Face of Cryptoeconomoies and it's most recent collaboration with Digital Catapult "The Blockchain Film: Change everything forever".
Co-Director of Furtherfield, Ruth Caltow, Talks about Networking the Unseen.
"The Yama installation is delicious, respectful, bold and provocative, in the face of social, political and environmental stress, and an exchange fraught with potential ethical and etiquett-ical bear-traps."
"This thematic of the social and cultural aspects of technological change underwrites the entire show. In what ways, it asks, is indigenous culture shaped by technology and digital practices, and in what ways do indigenous people speak back or utilise such change?"
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