Furtherfield debate archive
You Can’t Hodl this Holdhus
The re-emergence of cryptography as a popular pursuit in the Nineteenth Century starts with a link between code and art. Rob Myers reviews "2C E6..." by Lars Holdhus
Tokenization and its Discontents
Information wants to be free, and net art is information. Trying to make it harder to copy is like trying to make water less wet.
5 meditations on the work of Karin Rudolph
Rudolph is a Belgian photographer, currently living in Athens, where she works as a wedding and event photographer and raises two teenage sons. In addition to her work for...
Are We All Digital Cash Cows Now?
We produce a mass of data about our personal successes and failures, dysfunctions and interactions, for perpetual digital harvest.
Open Call for a New Commissioned Artistic Project
On Not Getting The Neoliberal Anti-Hero We Wanted: Blade Runner’s Play With Nostalgia
An extended Avantpop film review for the Late Neoliberal era
Tomorrows: Urban Fictions for Possible Futures
Tomorrows: Urban Fictions for Possible Futures explores imaginative narratives speculating the future of our cities – how they will look, how they will function and the degree by which...
Are We All Addicts Now? An interview with Katriona Beales
Ruth Catlow interviews the artist Katriona Beales in an interview taken from the book 'Are We All Addicts Now? Digital Dependence'.
Addictive Behaviours: Interview with Artist Annie Abrahams
Abrahams reflects on the limits and potentials of art and human agency in the context of increased global automation.
We spun a dream last night by Francesca da Rimini
Francesca da Rimini (aka doll yoko, GashGirl, liquid_nation, Fury) traces a time-line of network seduction, imaginative production and addictive spaces.