Category Archives: Collaboration

Report – Art Institutions of the 21st Century

In December 2016, following the think tank Media in the Expanded Field, Montabonel & Partners released the Report Art Institutions of the 21st Century.  The publication explores the function of art institutions in the 21st century, with an eye to highlighting the blurring of

Report – Art Institutions of the 21st Century

In December 2016, following the think tank Media in the Expanded Field, Montabonel & Partners released the Report Art Institutions of the 21st Century.  The publication explores the function of art institutions in the 21st century, with an eye to highlighting the blurring of

THE ART NEWSPAPER: Digital romance blooms between art and technology

This article is a report on the use of technology at Art Basel 2015 and was published in an Art Newspaper Fair daily in June 2015. It was written by Julia Halperin Computer animation, 3D printing and aerospace software are

THE ART NEWSPAPER: Digital romance blooms between art and technology

This article is a report on the use of technology at Art Basel 2015 and was published in an Art Newspaper Fair daily in June 2015. It was written by Julia Halperin Computer animation, 3D printing and aerospace software are

THE ART NEWSPAPER: Welcome to the virtual world

This article was commissioned by Jane Morris for The Art Newspaper from Ben Luke and published in January 2016 With the ground-breaking Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset hitting the mainstream later this year, a growing number of artists and museums are

THE ART NEWSPAPER: Welcome to the virtual world

This article was commissioned by Jane Morris for The Art Newspaper from Ben Luke and published in January 2016 With the ground-breaking Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset hitting the mainstream later this year, a growing number of artists and museums are

DOUGLAS COUPLAND: What if There’s No Next Big Thing?

What if, in the tech world, there is no next big thing? First we had fire, then came the wheel, and the PC, then the internet and then Google and then the iPhone and then … that’s it. There’s nothing

DOUGLAS COUPLAND: What if There’s No Next Big Thing?

What if, in the tech world, there is no next big thing? First we had fire, then came the wheel, and the PC, then the internet and then Google and then the iPhone and then … that’s it. There’s nothing

DOMENICO QUARANTA: in conversation with EVAN ROTH

“The more time I spend alone in nature, the more I forget about all of the politics surrounding the flow of data under my feet.” Interview with Evan Roth By Bani Brusadin, Ruth McCullough, Domenico Quaranta Domenico Quaranta: You said

DOMENICO QUARANTA: in conversation with EVAN ROTH

“The more time I spend alone in nature, the more I forget about all of the politics surrounding the flow of data under my feet.” Interview with Evan Roth By Bani Brusadin, Ruth McCullough, Domenico Quaranta Domenico Quaranta: You said

DOMENICO QUARANTA: Oh, When the Internet Breaks at Some Point

“Walked out this morning / Don’t believe what I saw / A hundred billion bottles / Washed up on the shore / Seems I’m not alone at being alone / A hundred billion castaways / Looking for a home” The Police,

DOMENICO QUARANTA: Oh, When the Internet Breaks at Some Point

“Walked out this morning / Don’t believe what I saw / A hundred billion bottles / Washed up on the shore / Seems I’m not alone at being alone / A hundred billion castaways / Looking for a home” The Police,

DAVID PRICE: What sort of film pt.6, Aspects of Authorship – Writing in The Field of Expanded Illusions (introduction)

One of series of films by the artist and writer David Price that stage, document and demonstrate aspects of practice. The films all share the locus of the ‘desktop’, in both senses of the word. This clip is the ‘introduction’

DAVID PRICE: What sort of film pt.6, Aspects of Authorship – Writing in The Field of Expanded Illusions (introduction)

One of series of films by the artist and writer David Price that stage, document and demonstrate aspects of practice. The films all share the locus of the ‘desktop’, in both senses of the word. This clip is the ‘introduction’