This arting and research meet-up in Falmouth will include contributions from researchers from Kurator, Highwire, Lancaster University, University College Falmouth, Exeter University and independent researchers and practitioners.
Artist/Agent talks with Mika Taanila, David Link, and Song Dong.
Panel discussing the work of Erkki Kurenniemi, conceived by Joasia Krysa, with Tarek Atoui, Lars Bang Larsen, Michael Murtaugh, Mikko Ojanen, Perttu Rastas, Mika Taanila.
Photos by Mikula Lüllwitz
Seminar & workshop with Constant, and further contributions from Joasia Krysa, Geoff Cox, Tarek Atoui, and Magda Tyżlik-Carver
Review in Der Freitag by Cornelia Sollfrank “Active Archives“, 30.11.2012.
Felt Hammers will be performing at School of Noises in Falmouth in Jacob’s Ladder on 21 June 2012. This performance at the School of Noises is Felt Hammers contribution to the symposium These will attend you may organised in Falmouth and surrounding area on 21/22 June.
curated by Magda Tyzlik-Carver
Alternative Now Symposium, WRO 2011 Media Art Biennale. With contributions from K/AST researchers, including Joasia Krysa and Geoff Cox.
Keynote Lecture by Joasia Krysa at the 5th National Symposium of the Brazilian Association of Cyberculture Researchers (ABCiber 2011).
Special event dedicated to the work of artist collective Ubermorgen.com
Screening and discussion with curator Joasia Krysa.
Precarious Times, symposium and PhD workshop, as part of the FINALE SYMPOSIUM for the British Art Show 7 Constellation Programme. Speakers include Franco Berardi Bifo, Freee Art Collective, Malcolm Miles, Stevphen Shukaitis, Ubermorgen.com… with live stream.
Common Courtesy: Agency and Enclosure on the Commons
Pasaż Pokoyhoff (conference room, III floor), as part of Alternative Now, WRO 2011 Media Art Biennale, with presentations by Magda Tyzlik-Carver, Phil Ellis, and Andrew Prior.
Conference and PhD workshops, Aarhus University, Denmark, including presentations from K/AST members: Geoff Cox, Phil Ellis, Robert Jackson, Joasia Krysa, Andrew Prior, Magda Tyzlik-Carver.
A peer-reviewed newspaper has been published subsequently, a PDF of which can be downloaded HERE.
common practice was a reading group that used Wiki and Skype to perform a Calvino-style manipulation of texts. Through unpredictable cobbling together of texts, poetry, people, code, language, Wiki, chat, conversations etc. we co-produced untagged and free style body/ies of knowledge.
common practice is an initiative by Magda Tyżlik-Carver and hosted by the Reading Room in Arnolfini, and online by Department of Reading. It has been prepared for practice together with Sönke Hallmann and the support from Lucy Badrocke and Arnolfini. Project commissioned by online project.arnolfini
sessions of common practice are available on the wiki here The sessions took place in June and September 2010