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We Make Money Not Art

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Presumed Guilty: stereotypes of female criminals

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 13:24:29 +0000

An exhibition in Paris explores how women have been judged according to different sets of values -and often with less impartiality- than men. From the XIVth Century to the end of the Second World War, French women were judged for their crimes (or what was perceived as such) but also simply for being women. Something in their pertaining to their gender made them more likely to commit certain crimes...

Critical investigation into the politics of the interface. An interview with Joana Moll

Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:19:54 +0000

Joana is an artist and a researcher whose work critically explores the way post-capitalist narratives affect the alphabetization of machines, humans and ecosystems. Her main research topics include Internet materiality, surveillance, online tracking, critical interfaces and language

Culture Jamming. Activism and the Art of Cultural Resistance

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 16:57:05 +0000

Featuring original essays from prominent media scholars discussing Banksy and Shepard Fairey, foundational texts such as Mark Dery’s culture jamming manifesto, and artwork by and interviews with noteworthy culture jammers including the Guerrilla Girls, The Yes Men, and Reverend Billy, Culture Jamming makes a crucial contribution to our understanding of creative resistance and participatory culture

Painting on and painting off ISIS propaganda

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 16:40:28 +0000

Navine G. Khan-Dossos‘ painting series Expanding and Remaining is looking at the Dabiq magazine under a whole new perspective. Eschewing the indoctrinating articles and apocalyptic illustrations, the artist stripped back the pages of their content and laid bare the main graphic composition of its layout

Vote now for the net-based art award 2017

Fri, 17 Mar 2017 14:57:25 +0000

Since last year, HeK, the House of Electronic Arts in Basel and Swiss art magazine Kunstbulletin have been awarding a prize for “net based” artworks. The prize aims to support works that use the Internet as the site for production and as a medium for distribution

Rendezvous with the CCTV operator

Wed, 15 Mar 2017 15:55:39 +0000

Finding the Operator presents the documentation of a series of attempts to find out who the operator(s) of a specific government owned CCTV camera is, initially through freedom of information requests and later through the construction of an electronic device that broadcasts messages that can only be read using a CCTV camera

The Funambulist Nº10: Architecture & Colonialism

Mon, 13 Mar 2017 15:03:36 +0000

Colonialism is not an era, it is a system of military/police, legal, administrative, social, and cultural system of domination; and, architecture is not (only) an aesthetic vessel, it is an apparatus organizing and hierarchizing bodies in space

Harvesting the Rare Earth

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 17:09:28 +0000

A speculative near-future scenario, where mining companies are using genetically modified micro organisms to harvest rare earth elements from e-waste dumps around the world

Artefact: are technology and magical thinking really incompatible?

Thu, 09 Mar 2017 15:54:40 +0000

It seems that humans have an inherent need for the unaccountable and the illogical. That’s why progresses in science and technology have often been accompanied by the arrival or renewal of paranormal phenomena

Artefact festival: Magic and politics

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 16:29:32 +0000

Artefact: The Act of Magic explores how we can understand magic and the magical in contemporary society. This inherently ambiguous concept evokes notions such as illusion, enchantment and awe, but is equally related to a deeper understanding of magical powers, the occult or supernatural, rituals and animism