The artist Constant Dullaart in conversation with Rachel Falconer reflecting on his recent show Stringendo, Vanishing Mediatorsat Caroll/Fletcher. Exporing the liminal space and broadcast politics of the balcony and unpicking Dullart's Balconisation Manifesto.
Nathan Jones visits E-Vapor-8 at SITE Gallery, in Sheffield - a series of aesthetically and conceptually haunted works opening onto the death of rave - and finds an affecting, and more modern show than he was lead to expect.
Stefan Lutschinger reviews Die GstettenSaga: The Rise of Echsenfriedl. A film by Johannes Grenzfurthner. Set in the post-apocalyptic aftermath of the “Google Wars” – an armed global conflict between the last two remaining superpowers China and Google - which has turned what remained of the Alps into a Gstetten.
Nathan Jones reviews the exhibition ‘The Negligent Eye’ on digital printmaking at the Bluecoat in Liverpool. He examines its paradoxical concerns as printmakers question printmaking practice alongside other artists engaged in digital production.
Resonate, the Belgrade, Serbia digital arts and design festival, now in its third year unfolds over a long week at the start of April. Its central tenet is to bring together “artists, designers and educators to participate in a forward-looking debate on the position of technology in art and culture.” It is also an emerging and challenging festival that raises many more questions than it answers.
Marc Garrett reviews Thomson & Craighead's recent book Flat Earth edited by Sarah Cook published as part of two solo exhibitions: MEWO Kunsthalle, Memmingen, Germany 'Not even the sky' and at Dundee Contemporary Arts, 'Maps DNA and Spam'.
Nathan Jones has his head bent by an evening of psychogeophysics and laboratory manufactured noise at Reactor Halls E09: Psychotronic Reactors, by Ryan Jordan & Jonathan Kemp, at Reactor's new space in Primary, Nottingham.
"Computers and Capital: The Rise of Digital Currency" at Coinfest 2014 in Vancouver and online is a net art exploration of Bitcoin. Rob Myers takes a look at how the artists involved rise to the task of visualising the social and technical complexities of the popular but troubled cryptocurrency.
After the credit crunch, quantitative easing, austerity and the Bitcoin bubble a new online show takes a comprehensive look at the history of net art's depictions of "Money As Error". What themes and subjects emerge from _MON3Y AS AN 3RRROR | MON3Y.US, and has it bitten off more than it can chew with work by almost 200 artists?
The exhibition Time and Motion at FACT Liverpool is a collaboration between FACT and the Creative Exchange at the Royal College of Art - an initiative which looks at how arts and humanities researchers can work with industry to effect digital innovation. Rachel Falconer reviews the exhibition in the context of the paradoxical dynamics of cognitive capital and the changing landscape of the labour market.
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