MEDIASPACE

  A series of satellite TV and Journal publications. A networked telematic comic. MEDIASPACE: The intent of ‘MEDIASPACE’, whether in its ‘dead’ paper-based form, or the ‘live’ digital forms of satellite and internet, is to explore the implications of new media forms and emergent fields

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Telematic Embrace

Satellite Interview / Roy Ascott, David Bowie, Brian Eno / 1995 / Roy Ascott / David Bowie / Brian Eno Opal Information was published between 1986 and 1996 by Brian Eno’s Opal Music label, Opal Ltd. It documented and discussed the activities of the artist

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Thom Yorke

When I Grow Up/ Thom Yorke/ 1991/ This image, along with around 5 others, are all that remain of Thom Yorke’s early Hypercard Stack experiments. Yorke was a student of Mike Phillips in Fine Art, 4D at Exeter College of Art, and one of very

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Constellation Columbia

  FUTURE HISTORY v.10: Constellation Columbia   ‘Constellation Columbia’ is an autonomous space monument inspired by the writing s of J.G. Ballard. The scale/model/prototype seen on the Culture Show incorporated simple audio/radio recording and transmission, gyroscopes, gravity switches and light sequencers. The work is being

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Eduardo Kac

GFP Bunny / Eduardo Kac / 2000 / Eduardo Kac and Alba, the fluorescent bunny.  “My transgenic artwork “GFP Bunny” comprises the creation of a green fluorescent rabbit, the public dialogue generated by the project, and the social integration of the rabbit. GFP stands for

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Notes Towards

Spacex Gallery, 1 May – 22 June 2002 Generator: curated by Spacex & STAR, with support from the Institute of Digital Art & Technology and the Arts Council of England (Collaborative Arts Unit). Spacex Gallery, 1 May – 22 June 2002, and touring in the

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STI

FUTURE HISTORY v1.0: THE  S.T.I.  PROJECT: THE SEARCH FOR TERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE. S.T.I. is funded by the SciArt programme (supported by the ACE, the British Council, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, SAC, the Wellcome Trust and NESTA)., and turns the technologies that look to deep space for

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Victoria Vesna

Bodies INCorporated / Victoria Vesna / 1993~6 / Started as a conceptual art project in 1996 – one of the first 3D net art pieces that was written about extensively and exhibited internationally. Thousands of bodies were created by participants and specially highlighted people from

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Robert Pepperell

Post Human Condition / HEX / Robert Pepperell / [HEX: 1991-1999][Post Human Condition: 1995]/ The Post-Human Condition This work challenges many of the humanist assumptions of Western philosophy, science and art. It proposes a view of the human condition building on the findings of quantum

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Chris Speed

Planetary Fax Works: 1990-91 / Chris Speed / 1990-91 / Throughout the 80s  and 90s fax machines were common place in many institutions which provided a relatively ‘open’ channel for digital art practice to reach diverse audiences from galleries to businesses of all types. Three

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