|We Entomb Memoir|
We Entomb Memoir is a portrait of sorts. A series of process-based actions performed online with appropriated image macro generators, documented with sourced media and hosted by a free weblog service.
|Exploring the networked image in ‘post’ art practices|
This paper for the Journal of Media Practice / MeCCSA Practice Network Symposium titled Post-Screen Cultures/Practices, presented four networked art practice works undertaken since 2014.
|This is Real Virtuality|
This is Real Virtuality – A first person narrative in weblog form recounts the experiences of an individual noticing colliding virtu/re-alities.
Tomorrow I’ll be giving a talk about about my practice over the last two years at the JMP-MeCCSA Post-Screen Cultures/Practices Symposium at London South Bank University. If you are in London and interested make sure you book a ticket on Eventbrite in advance.
I’m pleased to announce that I will be exhibiting three works as part of Networked Bodies: Digital Performance Weekender at Watermans (http://www.watermans.org.uk/) from the 7th to 9th of November. The event which is all at once an exhibition, performances and symposium has an interesting line-up. If you’re in London try to pop along over the course of the weekend, I hope to be there Friday and Saturday so say hello.
Curated by Maria Chatzichristodoulou (aka Maria X) and Irini Papadimitriou, the full programme for the event is available online here (http://tinyurl.com/oun4hbd).
I have a new work titled, A network of people who attended an exhibition and contributed to the creation of this work, showing as part of Out of Office (http://www.o-u-t-o-f-o-f-f-i-c-e.com/) a micro-curatorial platform distributed by email and currently being exhibited at the Colony 14 Festival in Cardigan, Wales, until September 1st and online.
I need your help because without interaction the work cannot grow. If you have a minute to spare please interact and visit the work online.
1. Point your browser to the website: http://www.o-u-t-o-f-o-f-f-i-c-e.com/
2. Scroll down to the fourth image (the image for my works details) and rollover the image.
3. On the reverse, the image explains that you need to send an email to a specific email address with your name in the subject line and a line or two about yourself and your interest in art in the body of the email. Clicking the image will open a new email in your default email client.
4. That’s it – the work will now be activated for you and you will receive a reply with details.
Thanks in advance.
A short(ish) article on the Remote Encounters conference and Liminalities journal special issue titled Remote Encounters: a report about networking practitioners has been published on Digicult.it.
The journal of performance studies, Liminalities issue 10.1, a special issue guest edited by Garrett Lynch (University of South Wales) and Rea Dennis (Deakin University), is now online. The contributions to this issue have been compiled from the outcomes of the international conference Remote Encounters: Connecting Bodies, Collapsing Spaces and Temporal Ubiquity in Networked Performance held at the University of South Wales on the 11th and 12th of April 2013. The conference brought together artists and scholars with a joint interest in using networks as a means to enhance or create a wide variety of performance arts. The direct url to the issue is below, please do forward to your networks/colleagues etc.
Liminalities issue 10.1 – http://liminalities.net/10-1/