Abe Linkoln (Rick Silva), Complex Net Art Diagram, 2003.


Date:  Tues, 29 October 2019
Time:  18:30
Venue:  Delfina Foundation
Tickets:  Free. Places granted via application. Please see below for details.

As part of our autumn science technology society programme, join us for a discussion on new network discourses around decentralised infrastructure.

Hosted by current Delfina Foundation resident Burak Arikan and UK associate Gary Zhexi Zhang, invited speakers include Ami Clarke, Helen Knowles and Victoria Ivanova.

Topics of discussion will include how artists use decentralised systems as creative and critical media, how these systems enable new ways of organising, the future of cultural infrastructure, platform cooperativism, and the relationship between software and sovereignty.

A recording of the event is now available to watch here.

Tickets

Due to the high interest and limited spaces available, we ask those who wish to join this event to email guestlist@delfinafoundation.com (subject line: ‘Trust Issues’) with a few sentences on why you would like to attend.

Deadline for expressions of interest: 11am, Monday 28 October.

Everyone who has applied for a ticket will be notified regarding the availability of places by end of day on Monday 28 October.

Credits

Season one of science technology society is in partnership with Gaia Art Foundation.

Image: Detail of Abe Linkoln (Rick Silva)’s Complex Net Art Diagram (2003), a response to MTAA’s Simple Net Art Diagram (1997).


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