bloc    March 18, 2013

The STEAM Journal, a transdisciplinary, international, theory-practice, peer-reviewed, academic, open access, online journal with a focus on the intersection of the sciences and the arts. The STEAM Journal integrates perspectives from a variety of contexts and fields. STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. The publication features the bridges between Science, […]

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bloc    March 1, 2013

Deadline: Friday 29 March 2013 Do you publish, print and all things in between? The publishing fair welcomes all to celebrate, explore and engage in a wealth of international contemporary book arts and print practice. The weekend offers the opportunity to promote your work and vision to a large public audience, learn from peers and […]

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bloc    November 30, 2012

Developing critical writing on the contemporary visual arts. After the success of last year’s programme, Axisweb is running another year of writing workshops and publication support. We are seeking three emerging writers based in Wales who are interested in developing their critical writing on the contemporary visual arts. Who is it for? You should be […]

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Nick    June 11, 2012

Read all about our latest updates and developments on our projects in this month’s ProMail! Some of the headlines fromĀ June’sĀ eBulletin CLICers trained as Youth Ambassadors in Malta Suicide intervention training for MEIC staff Free CLIC Training this summer! To read about these click here to see June’s eBulletin      

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Network    May 25, 2012

Revisiting the Curious World of Art & Hacktivism. By Marc Garrett “It is not accidental that at a point in history when hierarchical power and manipulation have reached their most threatening proportions, the very concepts of hierarchy, power and manipulation come into question.” Murray Bookchin. Post-scarcity and Anarchism (1968). Revisiting the Curious World of […]

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Woman, Art & Technology by Rachel Beth Egenhoefer, is a series of interviews that seeks to find different perspectives on the current voice of women working in art and technology. The series continues with curator Sarah Cook. Sarah Cook is a curator and writer based in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, and co-author with Beryl Graham […]

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bloc    September 23, 2010

All Raise This Barn by MTAA.

Website: online Outline: Eric Dymond interviews MTAA artists Michael Sarff (M.River) about their project – All Raise This Barn – a group-assembled public building and/or sculpture. Artists MTAA conducted an old-fashioned barn-raising using high-tech techniques. The general public group-decided design, architectural, structural and aesthetic choices using a commercially-available barn-making kit as the starting point. […]

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bloc    September 18, 2010

Interview with Johannes Grenzfurthner of monochrom Part 2.

Website: online Outline: Marc Da Costa interviews the ever dynamic Johannes Grenzfurthner, founder of monochrom. Part 2. This is second of three interviews with Grenzfurthner. This time round we focus on monochrom`s art intervention at the Sao Paulo Art Biennial, Sao Paulo (Brazil) in 2002. In response to being asked as representatives of the […]

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bloc    September 17, 2010

Can Art do Technology and Social Change?

Website: online Outline: Can Art do Technology and Social Change? Is it possible to develop artistic projects that not only change the way we see and use technology but also affect real social change at the same time? Ruth Catlow introduces the Zero Dollar Laptop project and proposes that this might just be possible. […]

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bloc    September 1, 2010

Patricide 02

Date: October 1st 2010Website: international Outline: Patricide is a new print project concerning documentary surrealism. Issue 2 has the theme of `Seaside Surrealism`. Patricide 02 is now available in a very limited edition of 100 numbered copies. It is an A5 paperback book with a full colour cover, illustrated throughout in glorious black and […]

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