21-24 MARCH 2007

Social Hacking is a series of temporary public art commissions for Plymouth by international artists’ groups against a backdrop of urban regeneration. The project reflects the ways in which these changes to the city can be
further influenced by creative human intervention.

Featuring: commissioned work from The Institute for Applied Autonomy (USA), Mikro Orchestra Project (Poland), and Ludic Society (Austria/Switzerland).

The event also includes the pre-launch of c6’s (UK) new Dot Master project ‘Mobility in the art market‘, a Mikroparty including performances by Tetine (Brazil) and Mikrokilla & Jura (Poland), project newsroom, artists’ run
workshops, Open Day by The Pirate University, and a public seminar with Saul Albert (UK) and McKenzie Wark (AUS/USA).

The project is produced by KURATOR ( ) in collaboration with i-DAT ( ), University of Plymouth.