Filippo Lorenzin interviews artist duo Varvara Guljajeva & Mar Canet about their research within maker culture, and their work around privacy and the possibilities of soft coexistence between, humans, technology and nature.
Taina Bucher interviews artist and bot maker Katie Rose Pipkin about her most popular Twitter bots, how they work and what they mean. Indeed, what are bots, who else is engaged in artistic bot making, and how will social media bots evolve?
Nicole Sansone reviews Brout and Marion’s artworks featured in the ‘The Human Face of Cryptoeconomies’ exhibition, and talks with them about their work and ideas around value and objects—or more precisely, how objects are inscribed (and sometimes not) into an idea of what is valuable.
Marc Garrett interviews media artist Stanza and asks what inspires him, personally, artistically and culturally. He's an internationally recognised artist who has exhibited worldwide since 1984, and shown over 50 exhibitions globally, and is an expert in arts and technology, CCTV, online networks, touch screens, environmental sensors, and interaction.
The negotiation of the commons takes place in two distinct realms that are increasingly reaching into and shaping one another: the long history of the landscape commons both in cities and in the countryside, and across digital networks. In this conversation Ruth Catlow and Tim Waterman discuss the ‘Reading the Commons’ project together with Furtherfield’s work on understanding the commons.
The blockchain grants the author the exclusive right to reproduce, publish, and sell the content and its intellectual property. How does the art scene react to these new technological developments? To find out more, Annette Doms asks Alain Servais (collector), Wolf Lieser (gallerist) and Aram Bartholl (artist.)
Marc Garrett interviews Annie Abrahams and asks what has inspired her, personally, artistically and culturally. Abrahams is known worldwide for her net art and collective writing experiments and is internationally regarded as a pioneer of networked performance art.
Annet Dekker interviews Template, a graphic design and digital development studio run by Lasse van den Bosch Christensen and Marlon Harder. They engage in both client oriented work and initiate their own critical design related projects.
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