NEW CINEMA DIGITAL CULTURE & ART
Closing Date: midday Friday 04 December 2020 We are seeking an exceptional individual to join our award-winning arts and digital culture agency…Read more
AND is looking for an Online Producer to play a key role in the successful delivery of AND’s Programme for 2021.Read more
We are currently seeking an experienced Communications & Partnerships Manager to join our festival teamRead more
Abandon Normal Strategies
Inspired by Oblique Strategies, Abandon Normal Devices has invited AND artists and critical thinkers from the last decade, to devise a new set of strategies reflecting on our altered realities. A limited edition printed artwork that will be delivered to your home, Abandon Normal Strategies aspires to galvanise alternative approaches, connections and unexpected courses of action. Featuring strategies by Nora Al-Badri, Mark Amerika, Wafaa Bilal, Julie Freeman, Laura Juo-Hsin Chen, Julian Oliver, Joshua Sofaer, TRES, UBERMORGEN and Addie Wagenknecht.
Over the years AND have established a programme of research through practice and participation focusing on the areas of New Cinema, Cultural Activism and Connecting Art and Science. Through research projects we create a space for high-level industry based knowledge exchange and wider public engagement, conversation and debate.
Formed as a constellation of voices of mutable intelligence Beginningless Mind is a three-fold audio-visual narrative played out online with music composed by 33EMYBW and G.G. Biberkopf, which examines the flowing process of interconnectedness.Read more
nnn.freeport.global is an alternative space for the distribution of artworks, using the backstreets, black markets and divergent parts of the internet to create,…Read more
Over the past decade AND has commissioned over 80 works which have toured internationally to locations such as Berlin, Utah, Shanghai, Italy and Sydney as well as across the UK. These works allow our touring partners opportunities to provide unique routes into contemporary digital culture for their local audiences.