Ivan Puig and Andrés Padilla Domene (Los Ferronautas) built their striking silver road-rail SEFT-1 vehicle to explore the abandoned passenger railways of Mexico and Ecuador, capturing their journeys in videos, photographs and collected objects. In their first London exhibition, commissioned by The Arts Catalyst and presented in partnership with Furtherfield, the artists explore how the ideology of progress is imprinted onto historic landscapes and reflect on the two poles of the social experience of technology - use and obsolescence.
Every Saturday 3 March - 28 April 2012, 12-3pm (excluding 7 April)
In a series of workshops facilitated by Ele Carpenter and Emilie Giles Furtherfield invites all gallery visitors to take part in one or more Saturday morning embroidery sessions and come together to stitch a term from the Raqs Media Collective’s text ‘A Concise Lexicon of/for the Digital Commons’ (2003), chosen in relation to the specific theme of the Being Social exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery. Throughout March and April 2012.
Furtherfield presents Moving Forest 500 Slogans workshop at Victoria & Albert Museum. Join AKA the Castle for up to 5 slogan workshop sessions, December 2nd-4th at the V&A, as part of Moving Forest London 2012 initiative. Read, recite, sing, shout, scream, murmur, memorize, burn and plot the 500 slogans as the main thread through the 5 acts of MOVING FOREST.
Friday 09, Saturday 10 and Monday 12 December 2011
Join us for 3 strategy development workshops for Moving Forest London2012. Visual artists, sound artists, artivists and performers are invited to devise a strategies and street actions for moving around the city for the final Moving Forest performance: mapping, navigating, routing and movement, using social network protocols, gaming gadgets, body acts, FM/micro radio, electro-transmission. Furtherfield Gallery and SPACE MediaLab
The Furtherfield Gallery (formerly known as HTTP) is pleased to present the UK Book launch of STATION ROSE: 20 Digital Years Plus, published by Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Thursday 10 February 2011, 7-9pm. The Digital Art of Station Rose started in Vienna in 1988, at a time when the Web still was far beyond mainstream, when Mondo 2000 never had heard about the music genre "Techno", when future net-art-critics still mostly were university students, and when the Iron Curtain was surrounding Austria´s east, south east and north border.
'RE / PRE / SENT / PAST' features works by media artist Markus Soukup that explore different phenomena from dreamscapes to long distance travel recordings, as well as attempted considerations of societal change in relation to technological developments.
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