A Place in Europe (Cecilia Parsberg, Erik Pauser, Anna Westberg and Detail Group)

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The House is a mobile cinematic sculpture temporarily installed in public places throughout the city with a view to making the living situations of migrants (both inside and outside Europe) more visible....

New Hypothetical Continents (Benjamin Matthews)

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Transdisciplinary Art-Based Collaboration Lucas Maddock, “New Hypothetical Continents” (Detail, 2014), point map (artist’s work) Project initiators and key authors: Dr Benjamin Matthews (Western Sydney University) Lucas Maddock   1. Project...

Walking with Satellites (Chris Wood)

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Walking with Satellites is an exploration of meanings held within the GPS satellite network (typically hidden behind the hegemony of user interfaces). It contends that rather than being concentrated in the ways...

Views from Paradise (Amber Eve Anderson)

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Applying the principles of psychogeography to the digital landscape, Views from Paradise uses language as a means to subvert our understanding of place (i.e. paradise) and insert poetics into modern...

Typographic Landscape Ecologies: Alameda, California, USA (Joshua Singer)

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Typographic Landscape Ecologies is an ongoing project that documents, maps, and visualizes typographic artifacts in the urban landscape as a way to explore cultural forces in the constructed world. Location:...

On Drawing (Ana Mendes)

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On Drawing is a research and artistic project that establishes a connection between thinking and drawing in the realms of arts and science. It was initiated in 2014 when I...

#exstrange (Marialaura Ghidini and Rebekah Modrak, curators)

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#exstrange is a curatorial project in the form of an artistic intervention into the world of capitalism that seeks to transform eBay into a site of artistic production and cultural...

Ris Publica (Jessica Winton)

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Ris Publica (trans: public laughter) proposes the site of the civic parade as a unique possibility (i.e. - as an event that carries forward a history and infrastructure of civic...