Tank.tv highlighting a range of works from 1973 to 2015, curated by Justin Polera, Jack O'Brien and Jeppe Ugelvig.
Originally performed as part of On Coping: A Reading for Liverpool, Blue Sun is a project by Marleen Boschen and Charles Pryor in response to a visit to a Solar Farm in Kagoshima, Japan. Here you can read an extract of the short story that accompanies the piece.
Immaterial Labour Isn't Working
Immaterial Labour Isn’t Working is a series of talks, workshops, texts and online contributions from key voices – artists, activists, technologists and writers – examining how digital technology is changing our political selves.
Sounds Fragmenting at CPH:DOX
“Water on Mars and Donald Trump in the presidential race – it's hard to predict what the future holds in store. The same is true in the world of music festival, which today offers sound design and production that constantly challenges the boundaries of what both sound and a festival is.”
MY SKIN IS AT WAR WITH A WORLD OF DATA
A film exploring the paranoiac function of images in our hyperreal networked-society, conceived of as a collective enterprise by artists Kate Cooper, Marianne Forrest, Andrew Kerton and Jess Wiesner.
The Smart Home: 20th-26th November
Auto Italia's video work On Coping is being presented as part of The Smart Home; a group show in Copenhagen investigating how our private spaces are mediated by technology.
Viewing Copy is an exhibition showing the work of Auto Italia for the first time in Cairo, presenting the collective practice of the organisation through re-considering two past projects; Auto Italia LIVE: Double Dip Concession and My Skin Is At War With A World Of Data.
The Resurrection of the Past
Jay Drinkall explores the use of classical archetypes for creating speculative futures in The Hunger Games.
Recent Work by Artists
Recent Work by Artists is a collaborative project investigating how artists’ workspace might function today - taking the form of installation, image production, office design, events and a catalogue.