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Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas

Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas

Poised between cartographical fact and maritime fiction, phantom islands haunted seafarers’ maps for hundreds of years, inspiring legends and counterfactual histories. Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas
Sonic Agency. Sound and Emergent Forms of Resistance

Sonic Agency. Sound and Emergent Forms of Resistance

In a world dominated by the visual, could contemporary resistances be auditory?
Treebour. Do we pay trees fairly for the immaterial labour they perform for us?

Treebour. Do we pay trees fairly for the immaterial labour they perform for us?

A sound work in which three anthropomorphised ‘trees’ personify the different kinds of work trees are required to do in contemporary society
The God Trick. An exhibition explores the possibility of a more bio-centric society

The God Trick. An exhibition explores the possibility of a more bio-centric society

An exhibition at the Parco Arte Vivente, Turin’s experimental centre for Living Arts, aims to offer new perspectives and lines of inquiry about the Anthropocene
Carnevale. Because pigs deserve piñatas and fruit machines too

Carnevale. Because pigs deserve piñatas and fruit machines too

Artists Andrea Roe and Cath Keay collaborated with animal behaviour experts to create toys and playful experiences for farmed pigs
Economia: Methods for Reclaiming Economy

Economia: Methods for Reclaiming Economy

The book "combines artistic explorations, biological theories and perspectives from the social realm" to investigate how the current economic model could be reshaped
Psychanalysis of the international airport

Psychanalysis of the international airport

Stéphane Degoutin and Gwenola Wagon have investigated and condensed the schizophrenia of international airports in performances, research and more recently in a book
How the humble sweatpants became “critical wearables”

How the humble sweatpants became “critical wearables”

LIFE SPORT sells grey sweatpants at a reasonable price to anyone in need of a leisure item. The artists then invest the money earned in exhibitions they organize with other artists
Get Up, Stand Up! Changing the world with posters

Get Up, Stand Up! Changing the world with posters

These posters might be half a century old, but they have lost nothing of their strength, nor sadly of their relevance. Today we have hashtags and other social media tools but we’re still yearning for

Eco-Visionaries. Art, Architecture, and New Media after the Anthropocene

Eco-Visionaries. Art, Architecture, and New Media after the Anthropocene, edited by Pedro Gadanho. On amazon USA and UK. […]
What would a public park look like if it was built from the perspective of bees?

What would a public park look like if it was built from the perspective of bees?

Erik Sjödin‘s art and research practice has led him to investigate human relationships to fire, aquatic plants that might one day feed the first inhabitants of planet Mars, bees and humans connections
“Dangerous Art”: the latest issue of the (free) Experimental Emerging Art Magazine

“Dangerous Art”: the latest issue of the (free) Experimental Emerging Art Magazine

A free magazine explores artworks that takes the form of food made out of human tissues, a suicide machine or a performance that makes you sick. Yes please!
5 things i learnt at Forum Paradigm_Shift in Geneva last month

5 things i learnt at Forum Paradigm_Shift in Geneva last month

Together artists, designers, curators, scientists and philosophers delved into technodiversity, contemporary utopias and dystopias, the future of money, Glitch Feminism and cultural resistance, and

Beautiful Rising. Creative Resistance from the Global South

"The collective wisdom of more than a hundred grassroots organizers from five continents. It’s everything you need for a DIY uprising of your own"

Plastic plankton, the Anthropocene’s emblematic “microorganism”

Using defective photographic material and a bit of photoshop, Barker shot the plastic bits of trash to make them look like plankton in water
Offshore tour operators, lithium landscapes and other things i discovered at MUTEK_IMG

Offshore tour operators, lithium landscapes and other things i discovered at MUTEK_IMG

At MUTEK_IMG in Montreal, i got to hear some very interesting and, at times, provocative ideas about artificial intelligence, post-truth media, human-machine choreography and automated storytelling

Using art to build bridges between people living in prison and people outside

Artists investigating how creativity can be deployed to establish empathy and communication between incarcerated people and the public outside the prison
Art as Social Action. An Introduction to the Principles and Practices of Teaching Social Practice Art

Art as Social Action. An Introduction to the Principles and Practices of Teaching Social Practice Art

"How can acts of listening, walking, conversing, cooking, and gardening be related to, or even equated with, the well-established history of painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, and other
When is fake ‘even better than the real thing’?

When is fake ‘even better than the real thing’?

From biomimicry to forged documents, from scandals to substitutes, Fake asks when authenticity is essential, when copying is cool, and what the boundary is between a fakery faux-pas and a really
Transnationalisms – Bodies, Borders, and Technology. Part 2. The conference

Transnationalisms – Bodies, Borders, and Technology. Part 2. The conference

The event attempted to re-frame the discussions around borders, looking at how borders are strengthened, shuffled and blurred by global phenomena such as climate disruptions, planetary-scale