This project brings together a loose collective of artists for ad hoc experiments. These include a combination of Participants who are open to collaborate, formal Collaborators who can run workshops and interventions across our peers, and Contributors who can share more specific resources and experiences.
Collaborators are invited to run workshops and interventions for our loose collective of peers. These workshops generally takeplace on Saturday mornigns, or Thursday evenings. If you'd like to run an intervention, we're more than happy to host and make space for it in our OPEN STUDIO. Subsections are curated, and participants are invited to follow up on each intervention and in their own time.
Contributors for MAY 2021
Kane Cali (Studio) writing on 3D Scanning, and Printing
Glen Callejja (Studio Solipsis) writing on Mapping and Innovation
Clive Vella (Airwars) writing on Online Resources for GIS Investigations
We are still missing peers who are well versed in the sound arts. If you have any tips, tricks, online interventions, or simply, a useful tool in mind, please go ahead and get in touch on email@example.com
More specifically, we are also looking for contributions about: Physical Computing for Speculative Designs; Hosting Augmented Reality objects in Public Space; Soundscapes with Spoken Word.
These contributions are generally 500 to 800 words, and will be included in the ongoing toolkit. Contributors are also invited to take on the role of a formal collaborator by providing a workshop for this community and its peer network of artists.
P A N I C
D E M
COVID-19 SHAKES THE WORLD
Here you can find references to publications quoted across Temporary.Show and collected by Driven By Points Made Apart. The link belows is a pdf version of this community's resources. It is designed to view and scroll over your personal phone.
B L O W UP
& O T H E R
S T O R I E S
(2020). OR Books.
A N T I
Things That Gain
(2012). Random House, Inc.
O P E N
Open Images is an open media platform that offers online access to audiovisual archive material to stimulate creative reuse. It is an initiative run by Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision.
A R C H I V E S
A collection of Orphan Film by Rick Prellinger, and a handy guide about access and reuse. The Field Guide to Sponsored Films by Rick Prelinger was published by the National Film Preservation Foundation. It describes 452 historically or culturally significant motion pictures commissioned by businesses, charities, advocacy groups, and state or local government units between 1897 and 1980. The book is recommended for all interested in the history of advertising, industrial and sponsored films.
S O U N D S
Listen to a selection from the British Library’s extensive collections of unique sound recordings, which come from all over the world and cover the entire range of recorded sound: music, drama and literature, oral history, wildlife and environmental sounds.
FAIL WE MAY
SAIL WE MUST
D I G I T A L
Digital Solidarity Networks - a shared listing of tools, practices and readings for digital solidarity, conviviality and togetherness by VvvvvvvVVvvvVvVVvvaria
L O G I S T I C A L
N I G H T M A R E S :
Stories from the global supply chains
In 2017-2018 the Centre for Research Architecture launches a year-long programme of events, workshops, pedagogical experiments, and field investigations that explore the increasing ubiquity and prominence of logistics as a mode for organising social life and politics. Organised by Lorenzo Pezzani and Susan Schuppli at Goldsmiths University of London, in collaboration with Sonic Acts Academy, Netherlands
L I B R A R Y
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