Hapless flowers, windmills, trees, and small animals try to organize some type of response to climate change as a duper-hero clan of energy industry titans use their powers in the media and military to insure the supression of dissent and the continuation of their way of war. Lucha Neo-libre is Panel Junction #2 in calendar form, 12 pages of comic art influenced by user contributions through the artcontext.net website.
Converse with a chimpanzee about habitat problems, or discuss overfishing with a whale.
These are just two possible encounters in EcoScope, part of the Eco-Media exhibition in Germany (October 2007- January 2008). Produced by the international art collective Transnational Temps, this online forum also offers tools for sending quirky postcards to friends, either electronically or through your printer. You’re invited to come join the conversation. There’s content in EcoScope before you arrive, but half the fun is what you bring to it. Peer into the EcoScope!
This website documents Aquanode ‘06 events in western Turkey, near Bodrum. It features photographs and audio from the August, 2006 art events at the site of the ancient city of Myndos, now sunken below sea level. Transnational Temps traveled to this sea-level challenged city to find out what people are thinking about global environmental change.
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Declassified ASCII from Iraq
Andy Deck Archived Performance at VisitorsStudio Every now and then somemof the Furtherfield crew review some of the archived content on the VisitorsStudio. Some times…
Screening Circle is a new collaborative media artwork by Andy Deck. The piece adapts the cultural tradition of the quilting circle and the participative round table into an online format for producing motion graphics.
Glyphiti is an image composed of many smaller “glyphs” that can be edited easily. The qualities of the image are co-determined. Andy Deck has established…