A short film by Marc Garrett and Ruth Catlow A dirty protest against the forces of neoliberalism in the incestuous worlds of 'high' art and mass media; featuring BBC coverage of Frieze Art Fair and The Guardian's promotion of Charles Saatchi.
Featured as part of Net Video, Black Box at Givon Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, January 2012
Woman, Art & Technology is a new series of interviews on Furtherfield. Over the next year Rachel Beth Egenhoefer will interview artists, designers, theorists, curators, and others; to explore different perspectives on the current voice of woman working in art and technology. "I am honored to begin this series with an interview with Lynn Hershman Leeson, a true pioneer in the field who has recently produced !Women Art Revolution- A Secret History."
Thorrific I create web-based interactive audiovisual artworks, make music, take photographs, perform, create installations, paint, draw and sculpt. The works deal with the pathologies of modern culture. To create my work I use Synthetik's Studio Artist & MSG Evolver, PureData & GEM, Flash, Reason, MetaSynth, Moog Rogue, Moog Prodigy, Didgeridoo.
War God Keep Us Safe 8-minutes, 60MB Quicktime .mov by Thorrific. An audiovisual critical analysis of the dangerous archetypes in the collective unconscious of the United States of America. Video imagery by remixing and tweaking archival combat, newsmedia, riot, & war videos. Audio by remixing Jan Crouch & Benny Hinn freaking out with cheezy patriotic MIDIs.
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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