Below is a list of exhibitions, conferences, residencies, workshops and guest lectures I have given over the years.
Lynch, G. 2016. On audience attitude in participative and interactive forms. In: InDialogue 2016 Symposium. Nottingham Contemporary and New Art Exchange, Nottingham, 2 December 2016
15/10/16, A network of people who attended an exhibition and contributed to the creation of this work, exhibited at About the Risks and Dreams of Permeable Systems Kreuzberg Pavillon, Berlin.
Lynch, G., 2016. Exploring the networked image in ‘post’ art practices. In: JMP-MeCCSA Practice Network Symposium – Post-Screen Cultures/Practices. London South Bank University, 10 Jun 2016.
01/06/16 – ongoing, A number of works past and present including: Tran$actions, Netscapes, Walking, not Running, and Getting Nowhere, Seeing the Seen, On Exactitude of Similitude and net.tv exhibited at Film Essay.
01/02/16 – ongoing, The Degree to which a Representation Resembles the Object it Represents is a Function of Resolution and Does not Bear on the Denotation of the Word exhibited at #performingself, Peripheralforms.
07/11/14 – 09/11/14, Three works, The Distinction Between Here and There, Now and Then, Sandwich Board and A network of people who attended an exhibition and contributed to the creation of this work, exhibited at Networked Bodies, Watermans, London.
20/08/14 – 01/09/14, A network of people who attended an exhibition and contributed to the creation of this work, exhibited as part of Out of Office at Colony 14 Festival, Cardigan, Wales.
Remote Encounters: a report about networking practitioners published on Digicult.it.
10/04/14 – 30/04/14, works from the Yoshikaze “Up-in-the-air” Second Life Residency exhibited at The Augmented Plateau: Art and Virtual Worlds in HUMlab 2007-2013, HUMlabX, Umeå University, Sweden.
01/04/14 – 04/04/14, Netscapes exhibited at A-EYE: An exhibition of art and nature-inspired computation as part of the Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (AISB) 50th annual convention at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Liminalities, the journal of performance studies, issue 10.1, guest edited by Garrett Lynch (University of South Wales) and Rea Dennis (Deakin University). Contributions compiled from the outcomes of the international conference Remote Encounters: Connecting Bodies, Collapsing Spaces and Temporal Ubiquity in Networked Performance.
30/04/13, Netscapes showcased at Digital Futures, V&A, London
11/04/13 – 12/04/13, Remote Encounters: Connecting Bodies, Collapsing Spaces and Temporal Ubiquity in Networked Performance international conference with performance event organised and chaired by Garrett Lynch.
A Metaverse Art Residency: ‘Garrett Lynch Yoshikaze “Up-in-the-air” Second Life Residency’, a paper published in Metaverse Creativity, Volume 2, Issue 2.
I’m Garrett Lynch (IRL) performed as part of 44 Hours of Cornucopia Momentum by Bendix Freutel from the 28th – 30th May 2010 at Odyssey Art and Performance Simu in Second Life® and simultaneously broadcast in Switzerland at the Kunst-Fenster Reigoldswil (Reigoldswil Art Window).
The Art of Networks and Networks as Art presented / performed at Networks, 12th Annual Subtle Technologies Festival (promo video) Toronto, Canada.
Between Saying and Doing exhibited at Devenir-écran (Becoming Screen), Le Vigan, France and Videophile Festival, Brighton, England.
CIII-Terminal (ed) (2008) Net Art : au-delà du navigateur… un monde d’objets (Net.art: beyond the browser to a world of things), pp 91-100, Terminal, Technologie de L’information, culture & société (Terminal, Information Technology, Culture & Society); Net Art, Technologie ou Création? (Net Art, Technology or Creation). Paris: Editions L’Harmattan.
Carnet Dabord, a short film made in collaboration with Frédérique Santune exhibited at the festival Traverse Vidéo: L’état du Monde, Toulouse, France and at Globalscreen, Visual Sound exhibition, Ljubljana, Slovenia
06:32:00 Recombined exhibited at Videoformes Festival international d’arts vidéo et multimedia, Clermont-Ferrand, France.
Google and Art: A commercial / cultural new media economy?, ISEA, Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts newsletter #99 February – March [online].
Net Art Review [online]. Various articles available from: http://www.netartreview.net/.
_pause p170-171, Jouable; Art, Jeu et Interactivité (Playable; Art Games and Interactivity), Haute école d’arts appliqués HES, Genève, École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs, Paris, Ciren Université Paris 8, Centre pour l’image contemporaine, Saint-Gervais Genève (ISBN: 2839900181).
http://www.bannerart.org/, p186. Greene, R. Internet Art (World of Art Series), Thames and Hudson Ltd. (ISBN: 0500203768).
Participation in the New Forms Festival, Vancouver, Canada.
_pause exhibited at the Jouable; Art, Jeu et Interactivité (Playable; Art Games and Interactivity) 01 exhibition, Geneva, Switzerland (publication of the same name) and at the Reload exhibition, Istanbul Museum of Contempory Art.
Designer, programmer and joint-curator at http://www.bannerart.org/.
The irrepairable damage of self-realisation communicated to another exhibited online at the Digitalpocketgallery net.art exhibition.
Included on the Idealine, project commissioned by Whitney Artport.
Julies Journey exhibited at Videoformes Festival international d’arts vidéo et multimedia, Clermont Ferrand, France.
For those who fear intimacy / for those who fear loneliness exhibited at the Post-diplöme (Masters) Atelier de Recherche Interactive, Ecole Nationale Supérieure Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD), Paris, France, presented at Gallery Eof, Paris, France and exhibited online as part of A-virtual-memorial online exhibition.
Co-curation of E-Motion exhibition, Gallery St Eustache, Paris.
Artificial Architure, Experimental cd-rom on the Architectural work of Luc Boulais exhibited at the Ecole Nationale Travaux Public et Architecture (ENTPA), Lyon, France.
E-Cons, Social guides to digital life exhibited and distributed as pdf format through pdfheaven.com
Julies Journey exhibited at Beyond the Screen part of Isea 2000 at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts, Paris.
Installation, Sound performance at the University of Central England (UCE), Margaret Street in Birmingham.
Margins, collective exhibition of work at Paperchase Covent Garden London.