I spoke to artist Joana Moll about her new piece for the Media Wall at The Photographers' Gallery last week.
We discussed microprocessors, their impact on the environment and the role of artists and the art world in the transition to a less polluting society.
You can read our conversation at Unthinking photography:
Join us on 8th Sept at 17.00 (UK time) for Syed Mustafa Ali's keynote "Decolonising Computing (?)" https://www.centreforthestudyof.net/?p=5566 - all welcome!
The latest issue of the free online open access journal, A Peer-Reviewed Journal About Research Refusal, is now available at https://aprja.net - with some great articles.
Great to see "How to Fork a Book: The Radical Transformation of Publishing" by Mark Marino and Sarah Ciston - about their fork of Aesthetic Programming by me and Winnie Soon! https://markcmarino.medium.com/how-to-fork-a-book-the-radical-transformation-of-publishing-3e1f4a39a66c
New from The Photographers' Gallery's digital programme:
Flash Fictions: 11 short pieces created in collaboration with automated tools. Over two weeks, you’ll be sent email fictions exploring prediction, prosthetic memory, alternative networks and possible futures.
Do you see that issue eight of ‘Computational Culture, a journal of software studies’ is now online.
It contains a nice review of Aesthetic Programming.
New issue of The Nordic Journal of Aesthetics on "The Changing Ontology of the Image" includes contributions by CSNI researchers.
NJA Vol. 30 No. 61-62 (2021)
Full open access: https://tidsskrift.dk/nja/issue/view/9283
Print version to follow in August.
AFFORDANCES OF THE NETWORKED IMAGE
Centre for the Study of the Networked Image (Geoff Cox, Annet Dekker, Andrew Dewdney, and Katrina Sluis)
What Is an Image?
Winnie Soon, Geoff Cox
Space for exchange on CSNI research, mainly for monthly reading group, and collaborations.