Abandon Normal Devices has embarked on a European adventure with a host of new partners.
This two year project which will include a variety of works by media artists, activists and creators, who traverse the frontiers of contemporary art, radical entertainment and amateur invention.
Watch out as open calls, commissions and exhibitions will reveal themselves over the coming months.Read more
AND and Link Art Center and are proud to present a new online commission by artist Addie Wagenknecht on the LinkCabinet.
The project will launch on the October 25 as part of our programme The Lost Hour programme, with a visual investigation on the notion of surveillance and the role of group thinking around public decisions to reveal or conceal private information.Read more
Set the timer and get ready because on the eve of Daylight Saving Time we ask artists and audiences:
“If you could get away with it, what would you do with the hour that gets lost?”
On October 25 we launch a month long programme of activity featuring dares, performances and a durational exhibition online.Read more
AND and The Influencers are teaming up with the internationally renowned icon of underground culture John Law and explorer Julia Solis to set a provocation to a new generation of creative troublemakers.
Collaborators will draw from a rich history of culture jamming, activism and anarchic pranks, to set a challenge through system of online nominations.Read more
AND intends to set TRES loose upon the waterways and canals of Northern England, where they will be free to research waste as an archaeological subject.
They will be considering how what we discard can be used to tell fresh stories, and producing a new work which could evolve in any direction ready for exhibition in March 2015.Read more
As part of our Watch the Skies! programme we presented a new live soundtrack by Oneohtrix Point Never for Koji Morimoto’s darkly stirring Magnetic Rose.
This was a one of performance and a world premiere.Read more
Research, share, argue and collaborate online and create responses to increasingly frequent natural, industrial, political, and economic disasters with Lucky Peirre.Read more
#filmdatahack embraces and exploits how audiences are changing the way they view, access and navigate cinema.
On the 27-29 June we are inviting cinephiles, software developers, app developers, information geeks, dreamers and graphic designers to use cinemetrics to envision this emerging landscape.Read more
3 cities, 20 billion gallons of fresh water and an unlikely conspiracy to make a killing from climate change …
Experience our new online theatre commission that will traverse boundaries and borders too create digital theatre across the zero-degree line.
Launching online 18:00, 9 June 2014.Read more