Media Archives

“Forensic Justice”: counter-narratives to dominant interpretations

The independent and interdisciplinary research agency Forensic Architecture presents in Utrecht the exhibition Forensic Justice, featuring a number of tactical forensic reclamations of social and ecological justice. Articulating evidence-based counter-narratives to dominant interpretations of investigated events, the installations mobilize what it refers to as “public truth.”... READ MORE...

“Only Human” showcases the work of the artists in-residency at Nokia Bell Labs

Three former NEW INC members collaborated with Nokia Bell Labs researchers to produce new artistic projects inspired or enabled by Bell Labs technologies. The three projects are focused on themes of human-computer collaboration, intersubjectivity, surveillance and power dynamics and our symbiotic relationship with technology. The partnership represents a leading collaboration fusing art and technology to change humanity.... READ MORE...

Announcing Rhizome’s Net Art Anthology

Last October 27, Rhizome presented Net Art Anthology. An online exhibition that, for the duration of two years, will tell the story of net art, from the eighties to the present day. Organized by the artistic director of Rhizome, Michael Connor, the event is dedicated to those artworks known, but often inaccessible, creating an innovative network.... READ MORE...

Economies of the Commons 3: Sustainable Futures for Digital Archives

Economies of the Commons (eCommons) believe that technology brings fundamental change to the way cultural heritage institutes work and the expectations their audiences have of them. Institutes are no longer the exclusive ‘holders and curators of culture’ while their audiences have become accustomed to their active roles as co-producers of culture––they want to create, curate and co-produce cultural artefacts.... READ MORE...