Life seems to speed up as we get older. In this new commission I created an artwork that invited gallery visitors to insert themselves via webcam into an online video that updated every 3 minutes. As the video grew denser they watched themselves reduced to flickers on the screen.
This film made with Pete Gomes broadens the current debate about the impact of emerging blockchain technologies.
The boundaries of public and private ownership and space are shifting. Sociality-machine was a collective research artwork to learn about social life in the network age. Commissioned by Digital Learning Studios, Tate.
A weekend of open image play, jargon-busting discussion, hacking and hands-on-exercises, to find out how we might shape #futurefinance since Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. A Photographers Gallery Micro-residency
How is the way we value and organise the things in our lives changed by the Internet and Google search? Drawn and digital image triptychs.
Participatory artwork – A new online game of 3 Player Chess to remaster conflict. Now ‘pawns join forces to defend world peace!’
An open artwork and online game-building game to draw, make and play games about the future of your local community.
Furtherfield’s Do It With Others campaign for artistic freedom on the net
A short film by Marc Garrett and Ruth Catlow. A dirty protest against the forces of neoliberalism in the incestuous worlds of ‘high’ art and mass media; featuring BBC coverage of Frieze Art Fair and The Guardian’s promotion of Charles Saatchi.
A short film by Marc Garrett and Ruth Catlow in which they ritually burn a copy of The Sun newspaper.
An exponential growth pledge using the Pledgebank social utility. Ruth and Marc won’t fly for art for six months but only if 6 others will do the same AND replicate the pledge.
A network performance from the ARPANET dialogues, as part of Readingclub 22nd October 2013