we make money not art wrote a new post, Ecovention Europe: Art to Transform Ecologies, 1957-2017 (part 2), on the site Computational Thinking 5 days, 2 hours ago
As promised, here’s a follow-up of Monday’s first foray into Ecovention Europe: Art to Transform Ecologies, 1957-2017 which you can currently visit at De Domijnen in Sittard (NL). The exhibition gathers the wor […]
we make money not art wrote a new post, Ecovention Europe: Art to Transform Ecologies, 1957-2017 (part 1), on the site Computational Thinking 1 week ago
Paul Chaney, Breast Plough’o’metric, 2014. Photo via THG (Thelma Hulbert Gallery)
Scientist, curator and philosopher Sue Spaid coined the term ‘Ecovention’ in 1999 and went on to illustrate its meaning and rea […]
we make money not art wrote a new post, RAF. No Evidence / Kein Beweis: From criminal to artistic investigation, on the site Computational Thinking 1 week, 4 days ago
RAF. No Evidence / Kein Beweis, by photographer Arwed Messmer.
On amazon US and UK.
Publisher Hatje Cantz writes: Numerous accounts of the RAF and the German Autumn in 1977 have been chronicled over the past […]
Robertina Šebjanič, Aquatocene / Subaquatic Quest for Serenity
Deep Blue, field work and research at Institute of Marine science and technologies, Izmir, Turkey
Robertina Šebjanič is one of those rare art […]
Susan Schuppli, Trace Evidence (video still), 2016. ©-Polly-Yassin
Nuclear cultures, its promises, dangers and dilemmas, are never far away from media headlines. Sometimes the stories are terrifying (as in Kim […]
we make money not art wrote a new post, The State of Things 2017: experiments in perception, on the site Computational Thinking 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Justin Bennett, Multiplicity, 2017. Photo via Justin Bennett
If you ever find yourself in or around Brussels and are interested in art that explores technology in a meaningful way, then do visit the exhibition […]
we make money not art wrote a new post, Uberworked and Underpaid: How Workers Are Disrupting the Digital Economy, on the site Computational Thinking 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Uberworked and Underpaid: How Workers Are Disrupting the Digital Economy, by Trebor Scholz, a scholar-activist and Associate Professor of Culture and Media at The New School in New York City.
It’s on amazon USA a […]
Yesterday i was at Z33 in Hasselt to visit Perpetual Uncertainty, an exhibition that explores “contemporary art in the nuclear anthropocene.”
I had already read The Nuclear Culture Source Book, the pub […]
Quick post to say that:
1. If you’re in London this coming weekend, don’t miss the Digital Design Weekend 2017. It’s the 7th edition and this year’s a particularly good one with plenty of critical, intelli […]
we make money not art wrote a new post, Khandayati. Turning objects of oppression into spinning weapons, on the site Computational Thinking 1 month ago
Maya Jay Varadaraj, Station 1 + Station 2 + Station 3. Photo credit: Jonathan Allen
Maya Jay Varadaraj, Large Chakras. Photo Credit: Jonathan Allen
Patriarchal mindsets, abuses and discrimination make India a […]
Benjamin Pothier/Hervé Studio, Trailer M.A.A.R.S. Atacama’s Journey
The Atacama desert in Chile is one of the harshest environments on Earth. It is so dry that the central sector can go through periods of up to […]
0,01. Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality, with texts by economist Joseph Stiglitz, author Geoff Dyer, photographer and curator Myles Little, edited by Myles Little. Graphic design by Julia Wagner.
It’s on a […]
we make money not art wrote a new post, Failed banks, quantified self and addiction to the infinite scroll. An interview with Michael Mandiberg, on the site Computational Thinking 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Michael Mandiberg, Quantified Self Portrait (One Year Performance), 2017. Installation view at LACMA’s Ray’s & Stark Bar
In 2008, as the U.S. was going through the Great Recession, Michael Mandiberg noticed tha […]
Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet. Ghosts and Monsters of the Anthropocene, edited by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Heather Anne Swanson, Elaine Gan and Nils Bubandt.
It’s on amazon USA and UK.
Publisher University of M […]
we make money not art wrote a new post, Josef Koudelka. Wall, portrait of a crime against the landscape, on the site Computational Thinking 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Josef Koudelka . Invasion / Exiles / Wall, view of the exhibition space at C/O Berlin
“Every day that I was there I didn’t see anything else but the wall, and I can tell you I couldn’t stand it longer than three […]
Alexandra Regan Toland, Dust Bloom, 2016
Alexandra Regan Toland, Dust Bloom, 2016
Every plant, no matter how humble and small, performs a series of services for us. Some are obvious: plants provide us with food, […]
Creditworthy. A History of Consumer Surveillance and Financial Identity in America, by Josh Lauer.
On amazon USA and UK.
Publisher Columbia University Press writes: The first consumer credit bureaus appeared in […]
Peter Kennard, Warhead 3, 2017
Darren Cullen / Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives, New War, 2017
This September, London will once again host one of the world’s largest arms fairs. The event brings dictatorships and h […]
In January 2017, artist Louise Ashcroft invited herself to be an artist in residency at Westfield Shopping Centre. That’s the mega mall in Stratford, East London. Its retail area is as big as 30 football p […]
we make money not art wrote a new post, Book review: Delirium and Resistance. Activist Art and the Crisis of Capitalism, on the site Computational Thinking 2 months ago
Delirium and Resistance. Activist Art and the Crisis of Capitalism, by artist, critic and curator Gregory Scholette. With an introduction by Kim Charnley and foreword by Lucy R. Lippard.
On amazon USA and UK. […]
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