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Anna Brownsted, Diplomat. Photo: Anna Brownsted
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Online exhibition sees US artists respond to Trump presidency

The seventh edition of Fermynwoods’ annual online exhibition features two UK-based American artists whose work has resonances with the current political situation in the US. Jack Hutchinson speaks to Anna Brownsted and Jessica Harby about the anger, despair and anxiety fuelling their approach.

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Useful Tactics: Week 6

Hello there, I am now going to make a note about my frame of mind and then move on swiftly. The frame of mind I’ve dealt with over the past couple of weeks has been difficult.  I’m not great at […]

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Useful Tactics: Week 5

Hello there, Thankfully I didn’t make an actual actual promise to post more this week.  It seems that as soon as I do start talking publicly about increasing the number of work posts my ability to do so is less […]

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Useful Tactics: Week 2

Hello there, Here is another round up of this slogan project. Week 2 was originally from 8th – 14th July. Friday 15th July 2016 – Slogans Project Week 2 So then I happen to have gotten it together to write […]

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Useful Tactics: Week 1

I’m seven weeks into my slogans project and exploring ways of finding a bigger audience. At the end of the first week I decided to publish a round up of the slogans posted daily with further explanations for each. Here is […]

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Ars Electronica building, Linz, Austria
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International: Ars Electronica and the art of global thinking in a local context

While it is known internationally for its annual media arts prize and September festival, Ars Electronica is also firmly rooted in its home city of Linz, Austria thanks to its stunning building and work with schools. Chris Sharratt talks to artistic director Gerfried Stocker who explains how, 20 years after he joined the organisation, the relationship between local and global working remains crucial to its success.

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Wesley Goatley, Familiars.
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Brighton Digital Festival announces arts and technology commissions

Commissioned projects at this year’s ‘celebration of digital culture’, which takes place in September, will include a pop-up shop selling white noise, an immersive map tracking the movement of transport infrastructure, and a work that uses the virtual world to explore human identity and post-colonialism.

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Field Broadcast. Photo: Rob Smith
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Field Broadcast: “How to communicate the incommunicable nature of a landscape”

Over the next seven days a series of newly commissioned digital artworks will be transmitted from the heart of Constable Country live and direct to people’s computers or mobile devices. We talk to Field Broadcast directors Rebecca Birch and Rob Smith about their latest project, Scene on a Navigable River; and to one of the commissioned artists, Adam Chodzko.

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