Auto Italia: SECRET SURFACE
Auto Italia's My Skin Is At War With A World of Data is included in the group exhibition SECRET SURFACE, opening at Kunst-Werke in Berlin this Saturday, 13th February.
Auto Italia LIVE: Double Dip Concession
Auto Italia South East presents Auto Italia LIVE: Double Dip Concession, an artist-run Live TV show performed before a studio audience and broadcast over the internet. Working in collaboration with Auto Italia, artists are developing new work for this one-off episode which engages directly with the format of live television. This new episode is commissioned by the ICA as part of Remote Control and will be broadcast live from the ICA Theatre.
Starting tonight at Cafe OTO Terre Thaemlitz two day residency presenting a performance of Interstices, as well as the UK premier of her new film Deproduction. Terre's installed iteration of Interstices continues at Auto Italia until December 3rd, open Thursday to Sunday 12-5pm
He bit himself with his bill that all his breast bled
Resident Researcher Fiona Mozley on swans, Cheuelere Assigne, and animatronic parakeets.
Auto Italia LIVE is currently on show as part of the exhibition Remote Control at the ICA, London. Episode 1: Talking Objects in Space, Episode 2: Cosmosis and Episode 3: C2C P2P can be viewed in the Fox Reading Room.
The City and its Double
A new text from Research Center for Proxy Politics – The City and its Double: On the City of London Corporation and the Origins of Contemporary Governance – is a journey into the guts of the City of London Corporation.
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.
'Notes from before' by Christopher Kirubi and Cassandre Greenberg
An initial outpour from Special Tears, a project examining the trope of crying in its various iterations.
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.