In this essay Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett set out to show how the collaborative networked practices of the DIWO (Do It With Others) series of Email Art and co-curation projects (since 2007) underpinned the development of a series of projects, exhibitions and interventions that formed Furtherfield's Media Art Ecologies programme (since 2009) to explore what form an ecological art might take in the network age.
Esther Belvis Pons' writes about Roger Bernat's experimental theatre work 'Public Domain'. The piece, still on tour, has been performed in public spaces around the world. This audience-centred project invites individuals to participate in an engaging experience that emerges as a sociological choreography. The audience gathers in a public square and they are given a pair of headphones, fulfilling the narrative possibilities of the group using statistical tools.
The Games for Cities programme is hosting the first international conference with leading ‘city-game’ design experts from around the world. Games for Cities is an initiative started by Play the City...
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