An experimental artist and curatorial collective composed of Francesca Altamura & Tamar Clarke-Brown. working at the intersection of art, digital practice and technology, they are especially interested in new modes of encounter, disruptive technologies and networked innovation.
Russian-American Brooklyn-based curator who still believes in witchhouse.
Screen Shot Magazine
Writer and founder of Screen Shot Magazine. Politics and technology are my schtick, even though I might not know all that much about either.
Founded by Olivia Aherne
and Helen Barr, and formed without a permanent
physical space, DRIVE-THRU functions both on and
offline with a focus on innovative and
experimental modes of exhibition.With reference
to the fast, 24 hour access and open-to- all
model of the ‘drive-thru’, our curatorial
practice focuses on democratic exhibition making
and access to knowledge.
I am a graduate student
studying Digital Anthropology, as well as a
perpetual art world intern working at the
intersection of art and digital media.
Screen Shot Magazine
Writer and researcher.
I have the unfortunate passion of writing about violence and the Internet. And violence on the Internet. And the Internet’s violence. Also co-editor and image editor of Screen Shot.
Rachael Rosen Ltd Ed
Sound & Visual Artist/ Other. Creating / interpreting / channeling (((sonic))) environments and non-linear narratives. Digital Native@Quantum Natives.
Curator and writer based
in between Nottingham and London, co-founder of
clearview.ltd. Currently researching on
strategies to stage blackness beyond the
Artist, founder of project space @queerdirect
Until November 22
Sessa Omoregie (web design)
Jacqueline Anerella (design)
Emma Barnaby (sound design)
Off Site Project
Online gallery space run
by Pita Arreola (@pitarreola) and Elliott Burns
(@burnselliott). New exhibitions every 2 months +
downloadable micro-ZIP-file-exhibitions once a
by Doreen A. Ríos, is an online platform that
focuses on the research and exhibition of Latin
American digital art. It aims to create
exchanges between art professionals, researches
and technologists interested in digital
things with computers, mainly around
Maisie Florence Post
I am most interested
in how the Internet can democratise the art
world. I seek to explore such themes in the
exhibitions I curate.