Marc Garrett Kicks off this year's Choose Your Muse series of interviews, with artist Carla Gannis. A visual storyteller, using 21st Century representational technologies to narrate through a “digital looking glass” reflecting on power, sexuality, marginalization, and agency.
In the second of this two-part interview we focus on Burak Arikan's recent exhibition Data Asymmetries, at Winchester School of Art. Carleigh Morgan speaks to the exhibition's curator, new media theorist Jussi Parikka, on the affordances of networks and their uses in Arikan's artworks.
How does network mapping exist as a tool for visualizing a politics of control as well as routes of emancipation from surveillance? In the first of a two-part interview series, artist/technologist Burak Arikan addresses this question in the context of his work on network mapping and diagramming the invisible forces of power that shape our contemporary moment.
How much can users really know about the functioning of the cameras which are embedded in their devices? Backdoored, Nye Thompson's recent work, explores the role of softbots in a world of smart objects and unsecured surveillance cameras. Millicent Hawk interviews the artist on the technology, aesthetics and universal conditions that make this work both compelling and uneasy at once.
Filippo Lorenzin interviews Nicolas Sassoon, a Vancouver-based artist making use of early computer imaging processes to render fantastical visions of architectures, landscapes and domestic environments. His latest work, INDEX, has been presented on the homepage of Rhizome in the first weeks of October.
Josephine Bosma interviews Zeljko Blace on his involvement in the exhibition and program 'contesting/contexting SPORT 2016' and discusses how it contests the field of SPORT through critical art and activist practices.
The Xenofeminist Manifesto, published in 2015 by the Laboria Cuboniks collective, is one of the most provocative and elaborate current examples of techno-feminism that is, once again, on the ascent. What drives this resurrected hype and what is new about it, 30 years after the emergence of cyberfeminism? Furtherfield invited Laboria Cuboniks to engage into a conversation with artists Cornelia Sollfrank and Rachel Baker.
The Critical Atlas of the Internet, Louise Drulhe’s latest project, is a virtual and physical exploration of Internet space. Wishing to represent the geography and architecture of the unseen, Druhle includes cyber-spatial analysis in her practice and reflects on sociological, political and economical issues. Louise Drulhe talks to Chloe Stavrou about her work.
Obscurity, the latest project of Paolo Cirio, targets american mugshot websites aiming to sabotage their functioning and expose their supposed ethics. Cirio cloned some of the most known mughshots, scrambled the data profiles of the people listed in them and obfuscated their identities. At the new cloned websites, users get to decide if profiles should be kept or removed. Cirio talks about the challenges and difficulties behind his artistic work.
Lynn Hershman Leeson interviews Nam June Paik. A historical interview between acknowledged pioneers of video and media arts. First published by Artweek, April 1980 Electronic Art and posted here on Furtherfield to celebrate the upcoming publication of Hershman Leeson's monograph, Civic Radar.
When traditional systems become obsolete, they evolve into the facilitator of their own crash. The initial position of the nine debuting artists is the shift- and notions of values within the current...
A phrase for those moments when it seems that the whole world just wants artists to become coders. A reminder that there is plenty to be getting on with without addin g more code to this overcrowded...
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