AND Festival 2013 \\ Liverpool, UK \\ 03-05 October
AND invited award winning artists from across the world to join in a celebration of the ‘artistic border-crosser’, artists who traverse roles as diverse as the alchemist, ethnographer, engineer and inventor. It was because of this, we changed the usual festival format to create a live laboratory featuring the making of projects and prototypes and inviting audiences to test and contribute to their evolution, like an industrial fable, you were asked to imagine a paradoxical future.
03 – 05 October 2013 The AND festival in 2013 invited award winning artists from across the world to join in a…Read more
Pictured: Not the AND Hub but a Pirate Bay server farm! Still from 2013 documentary The Pirate Bay Away From The Keyboard,…Read more
AND Festival 2013’s film programme looked at technological innovations in cinematography and the language of cinema to start a conversation about an…Read more
The hidden activity and geography of real-time peer-to-peer file sharing via BitTorrent is revealed in The Pirate Cinema, an online project by Nicolas Maigret.
This live work produces an arbitrary mash-up of the BitTorrent files being exchanged in real time, based on the traffic of the Pirate Bay’s top100 videos.Read more
5 October 2013 Marking the centenary of her birth, we honoured the work of Golden Age actress, inventor and Austro-American Hedy Lamarr….Read more
4 October 2013 As part of AND 2013 The Kazimier hosted a one off performance promising an experience which would safeguard participants…Read more
The AND Fair was an event new to our programme in 2013, inspired by the World’s Fairs of old, where inventors could…Read more
Adam Brown is an internationally recognised conceptual artist whose work incorporates living systems, robotics, molecular chemistry and emerging technologies.
AND is excited to welcome him to the UK for this special, one-off workshop which will open up some of life’s universal questions through scientific experimentation.Read more
During this years AND festival Jesse Darling will be running a three-day experimental group workshop in Reclaiming Online Overshare for Its Revolutionary Potential, it will be a radical show (& no-show) & tell (& don’t tell). Click for more on the workshop and how to apply to participate details below, deadline 9 June 2013.Read more