Annet Dekker in conversation with Russian artist Olia Lialina about her historical net art piece 'My Boyfriend Came Back From The War (MBCBFTW) created Twenty years ago, in 1996. Part of two exhibitions at HEK in Basel and MU in Eidhoven, paying hommage to MBCBFTW, a new approach to keeping history alive.
Rachel Falconer's article is written in response to an interview conducted with lizvlx and Hans Bernhard from Ubermorgen. 'userunfriendly' is their first solo exhibition in London and presents a performative study of creeping paranoia. It is on show at Caroll/Fletcher Gallery through October until 16th November 2013.
Edward Picot discusses here the work of writer and new media artist Millie Niss: "She preferred work which didn't reach for the hi-tech solution when a lo-tech one would do - work, in other words, which didn't employ technology for its own sake, and where form was dictated by content rather than the other way round."
An investigation on the concept of identity in Asian Internet-based art. These works are not necessarily net.art in the traditional sense, but they have two things in common - they are by Asian artists and they explore the concept of identity through digital means.
The Games for Cities programme is hosting the first international conference with leading ‘city-game’ design experts from around the world. Games for Cities is an initiative started by Play the City...
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