Statistics, probabilities, correlations – more and more quantifying methods and tools are becoming the epistemological grounding of governance in the 21st century. The exhibition “Nervous systems” – on show until the 10th of May at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin – presents artists, activists and philosophers exploring what it means living in a quantified word.
How do artists bridge the divides between disciplines to break new ground and meet the challenges of the future? What are the secrets to making collaboration work between different creative communities? We go looking for answers at Manchester’s FutureEverything, a future-focussed multimedia arts festival with exciting multidisciplinary collaboration at its heart.
The Neoliberal political economy has been particularly adept at transcribing our corporeality and its affects into mechanistic laws and procedures. It's so good, in fact--the story goes--that it's robbed us of the very thing it charges us for. How can we take back the things that are most intimately ours? Neoliberal Lulz offers a few ideas.
Monochrom founder and filmmaker Johannes Grenzfurthner, takes his friends Jenny and Eddie across the United States in a countercultural tour de farce exploring his roots in cyberculture. A mind explosion on video.
Louw reviews the book "From estranger to e-stranger: Living in between languages" by Annie Abrahams and finds in it, both a significant history of networked performance art, and a sharp and poetic critique of language and everyday culture in the age of networks.
Exhibition curated by Bassam El Baroni featuring Hisham Awad, Katia Barrett, Amanda Beech, Leonardo Cremonini, Martti Kalliala, Yuri Pattinson, Nelmarie du Preez, Matthew Poole, Patricia Reed, Walid Sadek and Mohammad Salemy, in the non-profit arts space Ashkal Alwan, in Beirut, Lebanon.
Samantha Penn visits ‘Big Bang Data’, a major travelling exhibition currently set within London’s Somerset House until 20 Mar 2016. It explores how data affects us all through the work of artists, designers, innovators and thinkers.
As part of Katriona Beales’s project Are we all addicts now? PEER is inviting people to participate in three free workshops. May 23rd – WE MAKE TOOLS AND TOOLS MAKE US, June 6th – TOUCH ME, and June...
In Either/Or the principle of exclusivity undergoes détournement by a diverse range of invited participants. Either celebrate its brutal 2-state logic cutting across a stacked earth, or contest such...
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