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Biennale.no catalogue

Biennale.no

A catalogue for the Biennale.no, “a biennale that doesn’t take place with works that don’t exist”, that I was part of last year has been published. You can download the free catalogue as pdf/html/epub here – https://noemata.net/ueop/book/

Scene 8 (1-2), Performance & Ireland

Sandwich Board

Scene 8 (1-2), and issue on #Performance & #Ireland, is out. I have an article in this discussing #networkedperformance created between 2008 and 2019, which explores representation and place as they relate to the intersection of ‘virtual’ space, ‘real’ space and #Irish identity.

At A Distance 4 catalog

The At A Distance 4 catalog, featuring A Haunting of Haunts, published by Alastria Press is now out. Buy a hard copy here or download a free open access copy here.

Work included in Web and Digital for Graphic Designers

Web and Digital for Graphic Designers

‘Wasting Time on the Internet’ and ‘A network of people who attended an exhibition and contributed to the creation of this work’ included in Web and Digital for Graphic Designers (https://blackwells.co.uk/bookshop/product/Web-and-Digital-for-Graphic-Designers-by-Neil-Leonard-author-Andy-Way-author-Frdrique-Santune-author/9781350027558) representing the section of “Art on / with the internet”.

Exhibiting works @ The Web Biennial – APEIRON

he Web Biennial - APEIRON

Currently showing a selection of works as part of The Web Biennial – APEIRON.

As Yet Unnamed @ The Burrow

The Burrow

Exhibiting some work as part of this. Many thanks to Aad Björkro for all the hard work and the curation of a great selection of works.

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The Burrow is a pavilion of https://thewrong.org biennial curated by Aad Björkro. Now open at https://h.aard.work, the exhibition includes 25 works by 27 participating artists, and will run until Mar 1 2020.

Envisioning the internet as myriads of intertwining underground tunnels; where places of refuge coincide with the secret bases of those must be hidden from. Emerged in the tunnels we tried to listen to those who must never speak, look for things we had lost and spy on the spies spying on us. For display we gathered relics from our past, expansions of the hidden, connections to the elsewhere and lessons for the future. Now we gladly invite you to see what we have found.

Networked Disruptions

What the heck? – hacking HEK

What the heck? – hacking HEK is currently showing as part of Networked Disruptions, the online exhibition of the 21st Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF).

My practice @ Web Retro, Seoul Museum of Art

My practice is being shown in the Web Retro at the Seoul Museum of Art, Korea from the 12 March – 9 June 2019. The exhibition, both at the gallery and online, is to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web. My work is listed here.

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