Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs) offer unique tools for translocal peers to encode rules, relations and values into their joint ventures. This book is a compendium of fierce thinking about radical care and connectivity beyond established systems of centralised control in the arts and wider financial networks.
The Radical Friends Symposium discusses the value of and presents pathways to peer-produced decentralised digital infrastructures for art, culture and society.
A future event in which a multi-species delegation negotiates a mutual agreement on behalf of all organisms in the face of an unprecedented threat.
A web-based voting and connection system for decentralised cultural decision-making and investment.
After the Great Food Emergency of 2020 London is re-formed as a city farm governed by multispecies assemblies. They must create a thriving food commons for its biodiverse inhabitants.
The DAOWO Open Score is an experimental framework for nurturing the artworld commons after Web3.0, at the intersection of three fields of practice: art, commoning and decentralisation engineering.
How we can reclaim art from the logic of markets and commmodification using the redecentralised Internet? Image credit: Constallations Methodologie by Annie Abrahams, Pascale Barret & Alix Desaubliaux
DECAL mobilises research and development by leading artists, using blockchain and web 3.0 technologies. Experiment in transnational cooperative infrastructures, decentralised artforms and practices, and improved systems literacy for arts and technology spaces.
Spring Editorial 2018 – Introducing Furtherfield’s season of exploratory and critical art and blockchain essays, interviews and events.
Award winning lab series, bringing together artists, musicians, technologists, engineers, and theorists to join forces in the interrogation and production of new blockchain technologies.
The first book of its kind, intersecting artistic, speculative, conceptual and technical engagements with the the technology heralded as “the new internet”.
Bad Shibe is a sci-fi novella by Rob Myers set in a future society that may or may not be based on a descendant of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency, where it’s as hot and as dusty as a virtual money mining rig.
A 2 hour Live Action Role Play adventure for the blockchain-curious because real cats deserve our respect just as much as lolcats
This film made with Pete Gomes broadens the current debate about the impact of emerging blockchain technologies.
What is the relationship between state corruption and economic collapse in Greece? Lina Theodorou, artist and creator of the board game ‘Pawnshop- Days of Mistrust’, talks with Ruth Catlow about Grexit, Brexit and crisis in Europe.
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
The Blockchain is the technology that underpins Bitcoin the revolutionary decentralized digital currency. This touring exhibition for Digital Catapult features artists using the Blockchain to discover how it might impact life, for better or worse.
A conversation with Tim Waterman about the negotiation of the commons: the landscape commons and across digital networks. Part of Furtherfield’s Reading the Commons programme
An exhibition and lab series questioning how we might produce, exchange and value things differently in the age of big data and the Blockchain. With artists, activists and alternative finance specialists. As part of Furtherfield’s Art Data Money programme
Furtherfield Gallery exhibition – “The interface is the sense organ of the computer, whereby it becomes part of human culture” – Søren Bro Pold. Featuring artists: Zach Blas, Branger_Briz, Mez Breeze, Heath Bunting, Jennifer Chan, Francesca da Rimini, Genetic Moo, Nathaniel Stern
Furtherfield’s exhibition tour of UK Shopping Centres
Furtherfield’s Do It With Others campaign for artistic freedom on the net
Furtherfield Gallery exhibition, June – August 2012, featuring: Class Wargames, Kimathi Donkor, Laura Oldfield Ford, The Hexists, IOCOSE, Dave Miller, Edward Picot, Olga P Massanet and Thomas Cade Aston, and YoHa.
An exhibition that introduces us to the unruly life going on where technical networks meet natural webs of communication, knowledge and feral exchange. As part of Furtherfield’s Media Art Ecologies Programme.
Reading Club is a project by Annie Abrahams and Emmanuel Guez, inspired by Brad Troemel’s Reading Group and the Department of Reading by Sönke Hallman.
A collection of artworks, texts and resources about freedom and openness in the arts, in the age of the Internet. Freedom to collaborate – to use, modify and redistribute ideas, artworks, experiences, media and tools.
A 5 day protest performance projected at Postmasters Gallery, New York
Online platform for realtime audiovisual collage and remix.