Social Hacking 21-24/03/2007 was a series of temporary public art commissions for Plymouth by international artists’ groups against a backdrop of urban regeneration. The project reflects the ways in which these changes to the city can be further influenced by creative human intervention.
Venues: Plymouth Guildhall, Drake Circus Shopping Centre, The HUB, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery, ride café/bar, and University, United Kingdom
- c6’s (UK)
- The Institute for Applied Autonomy (USA),
- Mikro Orchestra Project (Poland),
- Ludic Society (Austria/Switzerland),
- Dot Master (UK)
- Tetine (Brazil)
- Mikrokilla & Jura (Poland),
Open Source Workshops/Seminars/Presentations:
- The Pirate University,
- Saul Albert (UK)
- McKenzie Wark (AUS/USA).
Social Hacking was produced in collaboration with Kurator and funded by Arts Council England, South West and Plymouth City Council, with additional support from citylab_plymouth, Deep Blue Sound, Drake Circus Shopping Centre, The Hub, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth City Museum &Art Gallery, Pyramid Presentations, ride cafe/bar and University of Plymouth.