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  • Title: Homepage | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: .. Login.. Sign Up.. about.. furtherfield.. Gallery.. contact.. People.. press.. supporters.. visit.. features.. articles.. interviews.. reviews.. Furtherfield Blog.. Programmes.. events.. exhibitions.. gallery+commons.. Media Art Ecology.. Outreach.. projects.. Publications.. radio.. residencies.. Get Involved.. Become a Reviewer.. Create Remix Play.. Events / Activities.. Donate.. Join NetBehaviour.. Lexicon.. Community.. User Profiles.. clear spots.. community blog.. Calendar.. your art here.. The Dynamic Site: Finsbury Park Futures.. Exhibition on at Furtherfield Commons on 23, 24, 30 Nov & 1 Dec.. Machine visions: drones, bots and the New Aesthetic.. Taina Bucher interviews James Bridle.. Raspberry Pi workshops for teachers.. Give your pupils the freedom to experiment and play with computers.. #Carnivast: The Virtual Reality, Code Poetry App.. A review by Rob Myers of Mez Breeze and Andy Campbell's work.. On Art and Disobedience; Or, What Is an Intervention?.. An article by Luke Munn.. Post Digital Print.. A review by Rob Myers of Alessandro Ludovico's book.. "A Symbol" Bill Miller at The Widget Art Gallery.. A review by Rob Myers.. Commodify Us: Our Data Our Terms.. A review by Marc Garrett.. Confessions of an A/V Geek.. An Interview with Skip Elsheimer by Monty Cantsin.. Digital Zoo.. exhibition awarded grant to tour England"/>.. exhibition awarded grant to tour England.. Exploring how technologies are changing our relationships with each other.. Furtherfield Gallery and Social Space.. Visit us in the heart of London's Finsbury Park.. Previous.. Pause.. Next.. FeaturesBlock.. latest.. popular.. Review of Ligna’s The First International of Shopping Malls (Cork, Ireland).. By.. Laura Forlano.. - 05/11/13.. Laura Forlano reviews Ligna’s 'The First International of Shopping Malls' (Cork, Ireland) feature's over a decade of new media art that has transformed and appropriated city spaces.. Challenging the separation of physical from digital, global from local, private from public, and individual from community.. read more.. Liquid Surveillance, the soft power of UBERMORGEN.. Rachel Falconer.. - 28/10/13.. 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.. In the Reading Club, reading is not unthought.. Annick Rivoire.. - 24/10/13.. Annick Rivoire interviews Annie Abrahams and Emmanuel Guez about their recent project the "Reading Club".. The project, which experiments with an active, participatory, collaborative and performative reading on the Internet, chose Furtherfield as a host for its 4th online session.. The following interview provides an interesting introduction to the ideas behind it.. Machine visions: James Bridle on drones, bots and the New Aesthetic.. Taina Bucher.. - 16/10/13.. Taina Bucher interviews London-based artist, publisher and programmer James Bridle.. Bridle discusses his work - addressing issues of drone surveillance and invisible technologies - and his understanding of the New Aesthetics - a term he turned into a common place for contemporary digital culture debates.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. ….. next.. last.. read more features.. Lift up Your Heads, O Ye Gates.. Edward Picot.. - 17/11/08.. An appreciation of David Daniels, the great shape-poet, who died in May 2008.. one of those figures who straddles the divide between digital and pre-digital art and literature.. His art is about liberation, uninhibited outpouring, spontaneity and fun.. Co-published by Furtherfield and The Hyperliterature Exchange.. Videogame appropriation in contemporary art: Pac-Man.. Mathias Jansson.. - 16/12/10.. In Part Four of his series on classic Videogames and their appropriation into contemporary art.. Mathias Jansson explores Pac-Man, with a selection of examples of  ...   rented Peugeot at Schoenefeld, put the address into a hacked Navigon and drove the 150 kilometers North West towards Hamburg to get.. Like a Bitch on Heat.. sam.. on 6 Nov 2013 - 11:33am.. A becoming on the line: painting and the genesis of form.. (part 2).. Doria.. on 1 Nov 2013 - 10:28pm.. Written by J.. D Doria; Sayfan G Borghini; Walking The Fine Line I wish to begin this unfoldment by rephrasing the ending words of the previous paper.. more blog posts.. Recent comments.. We provide free labour on Facebook.. 11 weeks 3 days ago.. hey sam.. thanks!.. 14 weeks 2 days ago.. Beeld voor Beeld es un festival de documental.. 14 weeks 4 days ago.. Beeld voor Beeld es un festival de documentales cuyo enfoque e.. Surveillance.. 14 weeks 6 days ago.. inner and outer.. 16 weeks 2 days ago.. Inners.. 16 weeks 5 days ago.. What about the title?.. 21 weeks 2 days ago.. sound.. art event sunday 23rd june 2-6pm.. 21 weeks 3 days ago.. and another video.. 21 weeks 4 days ago.. SHARE.. share on delicious.. share on twitter.. share on stumbleupon.. share on facebook.. share on identica.. share on digg.. Flickr Side Block.. Now at Furtherfield Gallery.. EXHIBITIONS.. There are currently no exhibitions running.. See our programme on the.. gallery page.. EVENTS.. 23, 24, 30 November and 1 December 2013, 12-4pm.. Back to Gallery.. FurtherNews.. A monthly newsletter to keep you up to date with life in our shared community.. Email:.. *.. Subscribe.. Unsubscribe.. Previous issues.. What's on.. 8 Jan 2014 - 11:00pm.. -.. 9 Jan 2014 - 11:00pm.. - UpStage s 10th Birthday!.. On 9-10 January 2014, the cyberformance platform UpStage will celebrate 10 years of real-time collaborative online creativity!.. added by.. Helen Varley Jamieson.. on 21/10/13.. 12 Dec 2013 - 6:00pm.. 9 Mar 2014 - 6:00pm.. - Time Motion: Redefining Working Life.. FACT's final exhibition of 2013 will re-define our understanding of working life.. FACT.. on 05/11/13.. 22 Nov 2013 - 6:00pm.. 19 Jan 2014 - 6:00pm.. - Bogota- A City- On the Edge.. This exhibition brings together a group of four contemporary artists from Colombia these artworks take the viewers through an interpretation of the main themes that could define the current Colombian.. John Angel.. on 29/10/13.. 19 Nov 2013 -.. 5:00pm.. 6:00pm.. - #ReadingClub #Jeu de Paume #Raymond Queneau 19 November 2013.. 6 PM at the Jeu de Paume, 1, place de la Concorde, Paris.. In the frame of the exhibition Erreur d'Impression, publier à l'ère du numérique, curated by Alessandro Ludovico there will be a double,.. A Abrahams.. on 06/11/13.. 15 Nov 2013 - 12:00am.. 15 Dec 2013 - 12:00am.. - TIME IS LOVE.. 6 - [show 6] | HOTEL BLOOM! | BRUSSELS.. Time is Love Screening is a roving international video art program on the theme of love in hard times.. Kisito.. on 11/11/13.. go to calendar.. submit an event.. Tags in Tags.. academic.. activism.. aesthetic.. agency.. art.. audiovisual.. behaviour.. collaboration.. collective.. community.. critical.. culture.. cyberculture.. digital.. diy.. interactive.. Internet art.. media art.. net art.. networked.. participation.. performance.. social.. theory.. more tags.. NetBehaviour.. Join NetBehaviour, our email community discussions about contemporary networked media arts.. archive.. subscribe.. Create, Remix, Play.. We Recommend.. 2013 Furtherfield.. org.. Terms of Use.. supported by artscouncil england.. Furtherfield is a Not-for-Profit Company Limited by Guarantee registered in England and Wales under the Company No.. 7005205.. Registered business address: Ballard Newman, Apex House, Grand Arcade, Tally Ho Corner, London N12 0EH.. SWITCH TO.. FURTHERNOISE.. donate..

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  • Title: User account | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: Create new account.. Log in.. Request new password.. User account.. Username:.. Enter your www.. furtherfield.. org username.. Password:.. Enter the password that accompanies your username.. CAPTCHA.. This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.. What code is in the image?:.. Enter the characters shown in the image.. decontextualisation.. the act of removal or transferance of context.. Rich White.. on 20 Sep 2004 - 11:00pm.. go to lexicon.. submit a term..

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  • Title: User account | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: Due to an extraordinary amount of spam on the site in the last few days.. user registration now requires administrator's approval.. We are sorry for the inconvenience this may cause to genuine users and advise you to get in touch with us directly using our.. contact form.. and choosing "Problems with my account" as a subject if your account hasn't been approved within 24 hours.. The Furtherfield Team.. Account information.. Spaces are allowed; punctuation is not allowed except for periods, hyphens, and underscores.. E-mail address:.. A valid e-mail address.. All e-mails from the system will be sent to this address.. The e-mail address is not made public and will only be used if you wish to receive a new  ...   page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.. Allowed HTML tags: p br a em strong i b cite code ul ol li dl dt dd img.. Profile Image:.. Maximum file size:.. 150 MB.. Allowed extensions:.. png gif jpg jpeg.. Tags:.. A comma-separated list of terms describing this content.. Example: funny, bungee jumping, "Company, Inc.. ".. Newsletters.. Subscribe to FurtherNews.. Word verification:.. (.. verify using audio.. ).. Type the characters you see in the picture above; if you can't read them, submit the form and a new image will be generated.. Not case sensitive.. cyberformance.. live theatrical performance art that uses internet technologies to bring remote (geographically dispersed) performers together in real time.. on 3 Jan 2004 - 12:00am..

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  • Title: About | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: About.. Vision.. We believe that through creative and critical engagement with practices in art and technology people are inspired and enabled to become active co-creators of their cultures and societies.. Why now?.. Art and technologies play a central role in the way we see and form our societies.. And so it is important that their developments and productions involve more, and more diverse, people at a fundamental level.. We want to open up the black box of art, technology and social change so that more of us, around the world can get involved and make the magic happen for ourselves, our friends, families, communities and societies.. What We Do?.. We create online and physical spaces and places for different kinds of people to come together to get involved with contemporary arts and digital technologies.. We are based in London, UK.. We run the Furtherfield website for discussion and critical review and two physical spaces in the heart of Finsbury Park with the support of Haringey Council.. Furtherfield Gallery.. at the McKenzie Pavilion hosts exhibitions and pop-up up events and.. Furtherfield Commons.. is a technology and community space for discussions, workshops and informal residencies.. We host exhibitions, experimental residencies, experiences,  ...   Garrett in 1997 and is been sustained by the work of its community; specialist and amateur artists, activists, thinkers, and technologists, who, together cultivate open, critical contexts for making and thinking.. Furtherfield is now a dynamic, creative and social nerve centre where upwards of 26,000 contributors worldwide have built a visionary culture around co-creation – swapping and sharing code, music, images, video and ideas.. Furtherfield opened London's first dedicated gallery for networked and new media art in 2004.. Not-for-Profit Private Limited Company since 2009, Furtherfield is part of Arts Council England's National Portfolio Organisations.. Partners.. Abandon Normal Devices.. ,.. Access Space.. Aksioma.. A New Direction.. Art is Open Source.. Arts Council England.. Birkbeck University.. Codasign.. Creative Partnerships.. CRUMB.. Cube Cinema.. Dark Mountain.. Drake Music.. Electra,.. Foundation for Peer to Peer Alternatives.. Folly.. Gylphi.. Haringey Council.. Harris Museum.. Homes for Haringey.. Invisible Dust, Kawenga.. Lighthouse.. Local Play.. LUX.. MARCEL.. New Media Fix.. NODE.. London.. Peckham Space.. Queen Mary University.. Resonance.. Royal Holloway University London.. SCAN.. Science Museum.. Space Media.. Sustainable Haringey.. St Mungo's.. The Arts Catalyst.. The Rowan Arts Project.. , Transition Finbsury Park.. Up Projects.. Watermans.. Writtle College.. definition.. to undo the finishing.. cyrill.. on 23 Sep 2004 - 11:00pm..

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  • Title: Furtherfield Gallery at McKenzie Pavilion | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: Furtherfield Gallery at McKenzie Pavilion.. Visit the Gallery homepage.. Furtherfield invites people - artists and techies, amateurs and professionals, celebrated stars and private enthusiasts - to engage with local and global, everyday and epic themes in a process of imaginative exchange.. We provide a gallery and an active space for open dialogue about what the work means to people and where, by extension, it might be valuable to society as a whole.. Four spaces - a park, a gallery, a common room, the www.. The McKenzie Pavilion is located in a highly animated area of.. Finsbury Park.. next to a boating pond and adventure playground, near to the café and athletics track.. The richly connected diversity of people, creatures, plants, activities, enthusiasms alive in the park provides the context and the inspiration for Furtherfield.. The pavilion has two rooms.. The.. , which will display evocative and provocative.. of selected contemporary artwork that address technology and social change.. Common Room.. , which will display work contributed by open call in response to exhibition themes, curated with local people.. It will also  ...   essays, information about programmes of free events and activities, and a living archive of all past work.. Furtherfield will exhibit the best of contemporary work in art, technology and social change in a truly 'public’ space, developed with and for local residents and users of the park, and wider participants and audiences.. Ultimately, we are looking for ways for local people and visitors to the park and from further afield to use this art space imaginatively together, and to connect with our international community of artists, designers, thinkers and technologists.. Gallery opening hours.. during exhibitions.. Winter opening times: Friday to Sunday 11 - 4pm.. Summer opening times: Friday 2-6pm - Sat 11-6pm, Sun 11-6pm.. Autumn opening times: Friday to Sunday 11 - 4pm.. Free activities (booking advisable): Please check.. Event programme.. for schedule.. Check calendar for dates of exhibitions and activities or.. get in touch.. Visiting the gallery.. Furtherfield Gallery is supported by Haringey Council and Arts Council England.. Psycholudology.. Non-invasive introspective brain surgery though the psychogeographic experience of abstract landscapes (i.. e.. boardgames).. wilfriedhoujebek.. on 19 Apr 2009 - 11:00pm..

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  • Title: Contact | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: Contact.. Visiting Information.. Our Address.. McKenzie Pavilion.. Finsbury Park, London, N4 2NQ.. Post to.. Furtherfield c/o the Staff Yard.. Finsbury Park, Hornsey Gate.. Endymion Road.. London N4 2NQ.. Phone.. +44 (0) 208 802 2827.. Email Us.. Your name:.. Your e-mail address:.. Subject:.. Category:.. - Please choose -.. general information.. furtherfield clear spots.. problems with my account.. Message:.. granular synthesis.. redneck electronica.. on 22 Sep 2004 - 11:00pm..

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  • Title: People | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: The Furtherfield Crew.. Current Grafters.. Neighbourhood Crew.. Advisory Board.. Now-Sleeping Furtherfielders.. Ruth Catlow – Co-Founder Co-Director.. Ruth is an artist, curator, writer and educator.. In 1996 she emptied her studio, 'gifted' her sculptures to public space and turned to the Internet as a medium of connection, openness, exchange and activism.. In 1997 she co-founded Furtherfield with Marc Garrett.. She is responsible for Furtherfield's organisational and artistic programme development with a focus on Media Art Ecologies.. She co-curates exhibitions and directs artistic, participatory and technical projects.. Ruth is an internationally exhibited artist and regularly contributes to publications, books and conferences.. She is Head of School at Writtle School of Design.. Marc Garrett – Co-Founder Co-Director.. Marc is an artist, curator, writer, activist, educator and musician.. Emerging in the late 80s, early nineties using agit-art tactics from the streets, exploring creativity via unofficial, experimental art platforms such as pirate radio and digital bulletin boards (BBS).. Dedicated to exploring arts and various forms of social technological hacking.. Marc hosts a weekly radio show for Furtherfield on Resonance FM and is principle editor, coordinating the team of writers in their review of contemporary media art and cultural context on the Internet.. He has written and co-edited various publications on the subject of media art such as the popular Artists Re: Thinking Games.. He co-curates exhibitions and residencies, is moderator for the Netbehaviour email list and oversees online marketing.. Marc is currently studying his PhD at Birkbeck University on the theme of Art, Technology and Social Change.. Olga Panades Massanet – Web Development Coordinator Outreach Delivery.. Olga.. is a media artist and researcher working as co-editor on the Furtherfield website and developing and delivering workshops for the Zero Dollar Laptop project and Furtherfield's Outreach programme.. Olga is currently pursuing a practice-based PhD at Goldsmiths.. Her.. research.. project looks into assemblages of sunlight, human bodies and machines.. She is particularly interested on subtle modes of communication across bodies of radically different nature.. She looks at the ways in which electronic circuits, computational systems, endocrine processes and neurological happenings intermingle.. The tools she develops are speculations about the undercurrents of body communication.. Alessandra (Ale) Scapin –.. Producer.. Coordinator.. Ale manages and organises the production and delivery of Furtherfield Gallery exhibitions and events and the overall Furtherfield artistic programme, as well as contributing to organisational development and fundraising work.. She also coordinates the administration and financial management of the organisation.. She has a broad knowledge of the arts and cultural sector in London gained through recent employment at Arts Council England (in Media Arts) and through her MA in Arts Policy and Management (Curating) at Birkbeck University, London.. Her final dissertation project looked at the relationship between media art and leading arts institutions in London (Tate, Science Museum, and The ICA in particular) and the current provision and visibility of media art in the capital.. Rachel Falconer.. –.. Co-Editor.. Rachel is a writer, curator and producer.. Having worked in the advertising industry on viral ad campaigns, her research and practice focus on the intersections between networked behaviour and contemporary art.. As part of her on-going research and practice engaging with networked pathologies, she curated the first.. Speed Show.. in London which took place at Living Space, a community learning centre in Waterloo, and is committed to Furtherfield’s expansive approach towards technology and social change.. She studied Fine Art at Byam Shaw, Industrial Design at UCL and Il Politecnico di Milano and holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art.. Rachel has written for a number of publications on the subject of the politics of distributed information and contemporary art.. She contributes to Furtherfield’s website working with Marc Garrett to coordinate the team of writers who feed the discourse around contemporary media art and the cultural ecologies of technology and the Internet that Furtherfield actively generates.. Charlotte Frost.. Associate Context Editor.. For over eight years,.. Dr Charlotte Frost.. has been engaged in researching the network of historical, critical and cultural discourse representative of Furtherfield's practice.. She supports a variety of Furtherfield projects in their conception, as well as producing relevant and accessible contextual material - such as writing articles, conducting interviews, and presenting on the Furtherfield.. org radio show - to support and develop wider audience engagement with Furtherfield's work.. Her PhD thesis (Internet Art History 2.. 0), and related academic essays, have strongly relied upon a number of Furtherfield projects (including VisitorsStudio, DIWO and Zero Dollar Laptop) to demonstrate an emergent, alternative realm of critical enquiry operative at the intersection of arts and technology.. Rob Myers – Co-Editor.. Rob is an artist, hacker and writer based in Peterborough in the UK.. He has been creating images of the contemporary social and cultural environment through technology since the early 1990s.. His interest in remixing, sampling and appropriation art has led to his involvement in the Free Culture movement.. All his.. visual art.. is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike licenses.. His interest in programming and technoculture has led to his involvement with the Free Software movement.. software.. is available under the GNU GPL.. At Furtherfield he seeks out critical practice in these fields for analysis and review.. Rich White.. – Gallery Manager Technician.. Rich.. primarily works in location-specific installation using found materials.. His key interests include space and architecture and its sociological implications, plus the use of simple or everyday materials and systems to produce evocative forms.. He also produces photographic, book and digital media works.. He graduated with a degree in sculpture from the University of Gloucestershire in 1998 and has been exhibiting regularly ever since.. He has shown extensively across the UK and mainland Europe.. At Furtherfield he is responsible for supervising the gallery at weekends and supporting technical installations of exhibitions and live events.. People in the neighbourhood with specialist input into projects and sister-sites.. Thea Behrman.. Fundraiser.. Thea is a fundraiser, marketer, arts mentor and musician.. Thea has a background in marketing within the arts, social enterprise, regeneration and commercial sectors.. She has developed strategies for projects and organisations including the Folkestone Triennial and Creative Foundation arts regeneration programmes.. While working at Coin Street Community Builders, Thea delivered strategies for a broad range of programmes including exhibitions and events at Oxo Tower Wharf, Gabriel's Wharf and the Coin Street Festival, as well as community activities and supporting emerging social enterprises through mentoring and training.. Thea has also worked for the London Symphony Orchestra developing community marketing for the launch of the music education centre LSO St Luke's.. Pete Gomes –.. Outreach Delivery.. Pete.. is a Film Director and Artist working across all forms of moving image and electronic media.. The film and video works cover varied styles and genres using music, documentary, experimental, and narrative techniques.. His works have been shown across Europe, India, Russia, Tasmania, Iceland, South America and USA, including: Tate Modern, Tate Britain, ICA, Whitechapel Gallery, Architecture Foundation, Gimpel Fils, Barcelona  ...   PHP MYSQL.. It comprised a dynamic content management system, ensuring that curators, artists and editors were able to update content and converse through the site.. It introduced a new level of interactivity for all visitors to the site through the 'Public Broadcast' and 'comments' facility.. Zara Hughes.. –.. Web Admin Technical Developer (2005-07).. Zara was web administrator and technical developer for Furtherfield.. Responsible for maintaining, updating and developing web-based Furtherfield and their neighbourhood of projects.. Zara could usually be found blissfully working away, purring behind her laptop along with Bela and Bobby the Furtherfield resident cats.. Neil Jenkins – Technical Director for Projects.. Neil is an artist, curator and programmer who works with networked technology as a focus point for [live] creative discourse, production and events.. Neil has ongoing input into the development, design and programming of key Furtherfield projects such as VisitorsStudio and Rosalind.. He also worked closely with Roger Mills of.. Furthernoise.. developing the artistic programme for VisitorsStudio.. Jade King.. Administrator (2004-05).. Jade created reassuring order in the sea of Furtherfield office chaos.. She is now developing her skills as a web designer and digital artist.. Alessandra Marconi – Research Associate.. Alessandra is a researcher, who recently completed an MA in Arts Management at the University of Bologna, Italy.. Her final dissertation project investigates the development of alternative business models for the cultural sector and of new forms of collaboration between arts organisations made possible through the digitalisation of culture.. As Research Associate at Furtherfield, she explored possible business development opportunities for the organisation.. In Italy she is one of the founding members of Scoop, a non-profit cultural organization, which aims to promote innovation at the intersection between art and technology.. Graziano Milano.. Project Developer for VisitorsStudio (2005-07).. Graziano Milano is an artist and creative producer with extensive experience in participatory and collaborative projects.. He is involved in the production of creative social-cultural experiments and pilots through innovative use of live streaming broadcast technologies.. Graziano was responsible for the development of a series of live events and projects within VisitorsStudio.. Roger Mills – Furthernoise Director Editor.. Roger.. is a musician and sound artist.. He was the resident curator and editor at Furthernoise for explorations in networked and digital sound.. Roger coordinated the activities.. 's own crew of musicians, reviewers and grafters.. He has written and produced albums, designed sound for performance, dance and video.. He has also contributed to locative media research projects in GPS, ultra sound and spatialised audio fr multi-screen cinema at Bristol University.. Corrado Morgana – Game Art Curator.. Corrado is a researcher, media artist, curator and electronic musician.. Working with HTTP Gallery he co-curated two exhibitions about game art, Zero Gamer and Game-Play, a national touring exhibition and co-edited.. Artists Re:thinking Games.. (Furtherfield, FACT, 2009).. He has been involved in various projects including Node.. London, and OpenCongress and has exhibited video work and performed live electronica at international venues.. Corrado is currently teaching Computer Games Design at University of Wales, Newport.. He is also a part-time research student at University of the Arts London, but most importantly, is an incorrigible gamer!.. Giles Pender – Office Gallery Technician.. Giles tended the Furtherfield office network and was responsible for supporting technical installations of exhibitions and live events.. He is yet to be beaten by the most obscure technical instruction manuals.. He is happiest recycling, reusing, dismantling and cross-breeding machines and messing with the mind matter of all computer operating systems.. Daniel Perez – Web Developer.. Daniel is a Web Developers who recently graduated from Greenwich University where he completed a BEng Degree in Computer Systems Software Engineering.. Daniel joined the Furtherfield team through a FJF government scheme.. He worked on the implementation and development of the new website using.. Drupal.. , a FOSS content management system.. Chardine Taylor-Stone – Marketing Officer.. Chardine from London via the Midlands and back again worked on building Furtherfield marketing strategy, sending press releases and working on the newsletter.. Coming from a fashion background she is a costume designer and personal stylist amongst other things as well as a club promoter.. She collects old soul records DJes around the UK and Europe and is currenly studying at Birkbeck University for her BA in Arts and Humanities.. U-Sun.. Web Admin Sysop (2005.. U-Sun was the Sysop for Furtherfield and Netbehaviour.. She continues to traverse the fields of performance, interactivity, and audio-visual composition.. She creates instruments, objects and operations in producing opensource 3d generations and micro glitch assemblages from feedback systems.. Vincent Van Uffelen – Web Developer.. Vincent.. is an artist and digital craftsman who exhibited his work in the UK and abroad.. He studied computer science, media studies, and cultural studies and gained thereby a sound theoretical foundation that supports now his critical research of the murky entanglement of media, computation, and matter.. At present he creates devices to act in the physical domain, probes that reveal, things that meddle with communication processes, as well as objects that provoke thoughts.. At Furtherfield he developed and implemented the new website using.. Maria Yarjah – Technical Producer.. Maria worked on editing several trailers, in preparation of creating Furtherfield’s very own iPhone application.. From a strong film/television production background, she graduated from a BA Hons Media and Performance degree from Salford University.. When the Tech Producer gloves are removed, Maria is an actress and can be found performing in theatres home and abroad.. Mary Helen Young.. Fundraising.. Mary Helen is an arts professional with eight years experience in event and project management.. She has held positions with the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.. C.. , and Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, working on projects with the Cultural Leadership Programme, La Maison Francaise, The Brubeck Institute, Quebec government office, Francophonie Festival, Alliance Francaise, the Venezuelan Embassy, National Museum of the American Indian, Japan Information and Culture Center, and the Russian Embassy.. She holds a MA in Cultural Policy and Management from City University London, and a BMus Hons from Vanderbilt University.. Mary Helen's MA dissertation focused on London drum circles and informal creative collaboration.. Chris Webb.. Technical Director Designer.. (2004-5.. Chris, artist and website designer worked with Adrian Eaton as lead designer on the Furtherfield web site (and sister-sites) to ensure their general sparkle and usability.. He tended to Furtherfield's digital gardens, landscaping selected artists, providing vital nutrients to helping plants grow, keeping an eye on the weeds, mowing the lawn and making sure that the gardening tools are given back to the neighbours.. He and Adrian now run their own company.. Paperheads.. Furtherfield is built by all the many people who give their skills, experience and time to create the online and physical space and community.. They contribute as artists, coders, reviewers and participants in the Netbehaviour email list.. Explore the Furtherfield site to discover their contributions.. DaDaFrica.. A contraction of Dada and Africa in acknowledgement of the too often unacknowledged non-western influence of Non-Western art on the European Avant-Garde..

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  • Title: Press | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: Press.. Glitch aesthetics is a way of challenging the false consciousness of high-definition video - Mark Amerika.. Kevin Holmes interviews Mark Amerika about his show at Furtherfield Gallery for the Creators Project, 9 September 2013:.. "reality is less about false representations of high definition data and has more to do with the process of taking hold of the data and creatively remixing it into the reality of the moment.. Glitch is a powerful way of foregrounding that process and can also lead to some remarkable stylistic effects that oftentimes challenge the viewer to feel the sublime tendencies of the digital image.. Experience the impact of the internet on our lives - Endfield Independent.. Laura Enfield interviews Shu Lea Cheang and Mark Amerika about their show at Furtherfield Gallery for the Enfield Independent, 22 August 2013:.. "This exhibition hopes to bring to the viewers a conscientious review of our own excessive behaviours.. " -.. Shu Lea Cheang.. Video interview with Shu Lea Cheang and Mark Amerika by aqnb.. In this interview by Jean Kay at Furtherfield Gallery before the launch of their exhibition, Amerika and Cheang kindly shared their thoughts on data collection, gentrification of the internet and the artist 2.. 0 commodified.. Digital Art travels further afield - Imperica.. Imperica interviews Shu Lea Cheang and Mark Amerika about their show at Furtherfield Gallery, 30 August 2013:.. "Shu Lea Cheang and Mark Amerika are both critically acclaimed, 'net native' artists, who have grown up with the creative evolution of the web – yet they possess very different styles.. The two are bringing their diverse, multi-media work – encompassing weird and wonderful storylines from the collection of  ...   a hotbed of extraordinary, diverse, challenging work.. Paul Squires writes about Furtherfield Gallery:.. The gallery has some excellent exhibitions coming up and I recommend that you see the current one, Glitch Moment/ums, which has been exhibited in the gallery with tremendous orchestration and thought.. You might end up in the live glitch submissions room for hours - the work is incredible.. London, 3 July 2013.. Furtherfield helps launch placements scheme.. This summer 2013 Furtherfield participates in a placement scheme with.. Royal Hollaway University of London.. "Unlike most placement schemes, this means that the students will be undertaking academic research as well as gaining work experience and contacts.. Furtherfield Gallery’s exhibition focuses on the phenomenon normally edited out of work – the glitch - AN.. Eleanor MacFarlane reviews the Glitch Moment/ums exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery for an,.. June 2013.. "The exhibition writing manages to be informative and accessible, a balance in researched art critique and curation much to be admired, making this a considered show.. Here Come the Drones! Reviewed interview with Dave Young on The Reposition Matrix workshop.. Régine Debatty reviews Furtherfield Gallery's exhibition.. Movable Borders: Here Come the Drones.. for We Make Money Not Art and interviews Dave Young about The Reposition Matrix workshop that took place alongside the exhibition, June 3 2013.. Young's ongoing research project.. investigates shifts in the permeability of territorial and political boundaries and the role that technology plays in the 'reterritorialisation' of the borderline.. delitist.. A wiki information-worker who takes pleasure in “maintaining standards” by regulating the flow of authorised knowledge and expression.. Coined during discussion of Wikipedia Art at the.. Ruth Catlow.. on 28 May 2011 - 9:53pm..

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  • Title: Furtherfield Supporters | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: Furtherfield Supporters.. Furtherfield thanks all donors to the.. 2013 Appeal.. With a special thank you to those who made a donation of £50 and over.. Marylin Catlow.. Heather Corcoran.. Ivan Pope.. Charlotte Frost.. Benjamin Southworth.. David Frost.. Michael Szpakowski.. Steve Hanlon.. TEKS.. Patrick Lichty.. Penny Travlou.. Alessandro Ludovico.. Aymeric Mansoux.. Fiddian Warman.. Catherine Mason.. Tim Waterman Jason Tong.. Graziano Milano.. Lauren Wright.. Rob Myers.. machine.. network of ruptures.. clemos.. on 30 Aug 2005 - 11:00pm..

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  • Title: Visiting Information | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: +44 (0)20 8802 2827.. 330 Seven Sisters Rd.. London N4 2PF.. +44 (0).. 20 8802 1301.. Download print version of this map.. (with more information).. FURTHERFIELD GALLERY COMMONS.. Free admission to all exhibitions, events and activities.. Please check the.. gallery web page.. for information about what is on.. Open only during exhibitions:.. Friday to Sunday 11-5pm.. Free Saturday morning activities (booking advisable).. You can just drop in but booking may be advisable for more popular activities.. Children are welcome but should be accompanied by an adult.. GETTING HERE.. By public transport.. We are less than 10 minute walk from both Manor House and Finsbury Park tube station and approximately 15 minutes walk from Haringey Green Lanes and Harringay stations.. Tube: Manor House, Finsbury Park.. Buses: to Finsbury Park (Seven  ...   tfl.. gov.. uk.. By car.. Visitors are encouraged to use public transport where possible.. There are pay and display parking facilities nearby for visitors wishing to travel by car.. EATING AND DRINKING.. The gallery is just two minutes from.. Finsbury Park Cafe.. which serves a range of homemade food and beverages to be enjoyed adjacent to the boating pond and children's play area.. TOILETS.. Accessible toilets are available.. RESOURCES.. We also produce exhibition resources to help community groups, schools and colleges on their visit to Furtherfield Gallery.. These are designed to help groups explore the exhibitions and to engage with the different themes, issues and processes explored by the artists in the exhibitions and more broadly within contemporary art.. dreamweaver dependent.. Self explanatory.. on 14 Jan 2004 - 12:00am..

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  • Title: Features | www.furtherfield.org
    Descriptive info: Features.. Subscribe to our Features.. rss feed.. We feature contemporary works, projects, manifestos, exhibitions, events, festivals, conferences and all artistic practices that engage with new technologies and critical thinking.. The ideas and behaviours that arise in these ever expanding creative territories are most relevant when shared, explored and cross-fertilised with those from other areas of life so our articles offer an extensive, critical, cultural overview; drawing on ideas from academic, artistic and technical practices in the context of our networked community.. - 05/11/2013.. login.. to reply.. Read more.. 227 reads.. - 28/10/2013.. 1065 reads.. - 24/10/2013.. 424 reads.. - 16/10/2013.. 1892 reads.. Bypassing Cartography- part 1.. Marc Garrett interviews Isabelle Arvers about the AntiAtlas of Borders project.. Control systems along land, sea, air and virtual state borders are the subject of work and mutation for scientists, artists, filmmakers, performers, hackers, customs agents, and workers in the surveillance industries and the military.. This first of two interviews attends to the inter-disciplinary border-crossing that underpins the operational production of the project.. Marc Garrett.. 653 reads.. The Body Politic of subRosa.. Rachel Falconer writes about the cyberfeminist art collective 'subRosa', a group using science, technology, and social activism to explore and critique the political traction of information and bio technologies on women’s bodies, lives and work..  ...   against the odds in order to show how it can survive the Internet as a vital part of our shared culture.. Ludovico is the editor and publisher of Neural, a magazine for critical digital culture and media arts.. - 11/09/2013.. 588 reads.. Luke Munn reviews a series of artworks that provide clues about the strategies of contestation and intervention available to contemporary artists.. As Luke tells us, "Ripps, von Bismarck and Fornieles belong to an era of artists that may 'no longer dream of an outside', their work utilizing the logic of branding and media to stage interventions that appear more collaborative than combative, preemptively disarming attempts at appropriation".. Luke Munn.. - 06/09/2013.. 1267 reads.. A Symbol Bill Miller at The Widget Art Gallery.. What can we learn from our encounter with an indeterminate symbol floating in the space of a gallery that exists only on Apple devices? Rob myers writes about Bill Miller's work featured at The Widget Art Gallery (WAG) serving art online since 2009.. From July to August 2013 the work inhabited this virtual space as Bill Miller's "A Symbol".. - 01/09/2013.. 680 reads.. forp.. disappear, vanish, quickly remove oneself from a situation.. for example, "I saw the drug squad coming so I forped.. on 3 May 2004 - 11:00pm..

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