Furtherfield debate archive
Editorial – Border Disruptions: Playbour & Transnationalisms
Can Art and Society both generate approaches to critique and build platforms, infrastructures and networks, with new possibilities for reassessing and re-forming citizenship and rights, with a spirit of...
Power, Politics, Art and Activism: The Shifting Identities of Janez Janša
Mark Hancock discusses the politics and artistry of Janez Janša's identity interventions in the context of their recent challenge at the Parliamentary Elections in Slovenia, in June 3rd 2018.
Review of the HATE NEWS CONFERENCE by Disruption Network Lab
On the day of the General Data Protection Law (GDPR) going into effect in Europe, on the 25th May, the Disruption Network Lab opened its 13th conference in Berlin...
Disruption Network Lab: Art as Investigating Misconduct & Wrongdoing
Marc Garrett interviews Tatiana Bazzichelli, artistic director and curator of the Disruption Network Lab, in Berlin, exploring its investigative approach to political, economic and technological systems, and digital...
Discussing ‘Playbour – Work, Pleasure, Survival’ with Dani Admiss
How has the data-driven gamification of life and everything shaped the development of the Playbour exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery? Marc Garrett talks to the curator.
Art, Debt, Health, and Care: Interview with Cassie Thornton
Artist Cassie Thornton discusses The Hologram, an artwork to reverse engineer the tragedy of health injustice, and put power back where it needs to be.
The Revenge Against the Commons
This is a long read by one of the inhabitants of the Zad, about the the fortnight rollercoaster of rural riots that has just taken place to evict the...
Editorial – Platforming Finsbury Park
This time it's public! What will it take for us to regain trust in social spaces online? We think public spaces have a role to play. Let's transform the...
The Poetics of Technology: Reflections on the Art of Eduardo Kac
How can technology give words and letters new shapes and resonances and, in so doing, subvert a consumer-oriented view of technology? Professor Andrew Prescott reflects on the first UK...
SUPERPOWER! Ling Tan on Young Women & Wearable Technology
Ling Tan talks about SUPERPOWER! in which young women investigate how data can be gathered and transformed to empower them using wearable technology in public space.
A Provocation to Furtherfield from Simon Poulter
Valuing people is a core property of wealth creation, wealth creation can be positively bound into communities. We can’t afford not to be involved in digital creativity because it...
across and beyond: A transmediale Reader on Post-digital Practices, Concepts, and Institutions
Although the notion of the “post-digital” has gained some prominence in media art and theory, the uptake of the term in the humanities and social sciences has so far...
Artists Organise (on the blockchain)
Report and (semi-fictional) minutes from the fourth event in the DAOWO blockchain laboratory and debate series for reinventing the arts, hosted by Drugo more in Rijeka.