Art, play, action and wonder - on the streets and on digital devices. As part of Frequency Festival of Digital Culture (Lincoln 2015), Furtherfield presents The People’s Magna Carta, a contemporary remixing of the Magna Carta for the network age featuring a pop-up exhibition and two weekends of street games, live collaborative writing and drawing events, and walks.
Hazar Emre Tez, will be creating a sound tunnel between Finsbury Gate and Furtherfield Gallery as an experiment in sonic way-finding. Visitors will be able to just follow the sound of birds tweeting, or babies crying.
Presenting the things we buy today as the heritage of tomorrow. The Museum of Contemporary Commodities (MoCC) is neither a building nor a permanent collection of stuff – it’s an invitation. To consider every shop, online store and warehouse full of stuff as if it were a museum, and all the things in it part of our collective future heritage.
DIWO - Virtual Rehearsal Studio explores the idea of bringing musicians together into the digital field where accessibility is no longer a barrier. Through researching of tools and softwares already available through the web, the project will connect musicians across the Internet and enable live group jamming.
During March 2015, Randall Packer, convener of The Art of Networked Practice | Online Symposium, will host a month of discourse and artistic production across 3 network channels. Using any and all available network tools- software, email, browsers, apps, devices etc. - we will discuss, remix, and engage each others’ words and works in the form of utterances, files, behaviours, codes, glitch, protocols, instructions, manifestos, games, and net theories.
Play Your Place is an open artwork and online game-building game created by artists, programmers, and imaginative citizens to develop a collective vision for a richer, emancipated life for all beings in all places.
In partnership with CultureCode and Land Securities, Furtherfield presents Digital Zoo – Life from the world wild web – a touring exhibition that explores how our lives - personal and political - are being shaped by digital technologies and how our relation to the natural world is changing.
We have a situation! is a series of live, trans-border, online-offline participatory performances addressing current cross-cultural European issues, led by Helen Varley Jamieson and Martin Eisenbach in partnership with APO33 (FR), MAD (NL) and Schaumbad Freies Atelierhaus (AT).
Artist and composer Michael Szpakowski has worked with local people to create a generative sound sculpture that invokes the collective memory of childhood that people bring to Haringey from all over the world. Part of PARK ART in Haringey - an alternative, multi-venue sculpture park for the London Borough of Haringey.
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