Abigail Toll writes about Rob Myers' Shareable Readymades, on show at Furtherfield Gallery with The Human Face of Cryptoeconomies and on sale on the Art Data Money website. Ascribe Blog, November 10, 2015.
Myers explores ideas about owning art and consumerism, alongside the way the Internet changes our relationship to production and sharing.
Kyra Hanson reviews Beyond the Interface - London for Ideas Top, 11 June 2015
"Contemporary artists are finding new ways to protest - through hacking, disrupting and appropriating technology they highlight issues surrounding privacy, surveillance, online sharing and data collection with beautiful and often unexpected results."
Jenny Judova picks Furtherfield Gallery as one of the five galleries in London that show new media art for Fad magazine, February 2015
"the gallery is definitely far away from the stylish and overly arty crowd of Fitzrovia and Mayfair galleries , and the pretentious overeducated and overcomplicated speech that one hears in the newer galleries with St Martins or (even worse) Goldsmith connections."
Ben Murray reviews Beyond the Interface – London for The Space, May 2015
"the show explores ... This tension between the accepted narrative of ‘technological emancipation’ and ‘participation’ on the one hand, and the uncomfortable truths of control and coercion on the other."
Artists, hackers, mythmakers and disrupters present and discuss political stunts, interventions, pranks and viralities.The 6th event of the Disruption Network Lab at Kunstquartier Bethanien, Studio 1...
Recognised Faces is an internet application that generates a daily image of a face from images found via google’s lists of top search terms. Facial features in the found images are identified, using...
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