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The Moving Museum The Moving Museum is a global art project that seeks to re-define the relationship between local art scenes and global practitioners. The Moving Museum is a global art project that seeks to re-define the relationship between local art scenes and global practitioners through a traveling programme of contemporary art exhibitions in significant geographies across the world.

The programme aims to support and present the most innovative artistic voices whose works are shaping contemporary art and developing its future, offering an unparalleled platform for artists and their ideas. Prompted by the need for a global approach, it mobilizes museum standard production, intensive public programming, in-depth publications, dynamic residencies, and a network of international curatorial advisors to mark a long term impact through temporary interventions. The Moving Museum is an independent, not-for-profit, and non-political organization founded by Aya Mousawi and Simon Sakhai; a registered Community Interest Company (CIC) in England and Wales.

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11/10/2017
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"Hi. I hope this finds you well. It seems rather bleak right now doesn’t it?"- TMM Anthology III: Mildly Interesting offers provoking perspectives on the current social and political online landscape

⚡️ NOW LIVE! ⚡️#TMMAnthologies Issue III: Mildly Interesting Edited by Jonas LundFeaturing Alexandra Pirici, Aymeric Man...
11/10/2017
MILDLY INTERESTING – The Moving Museum

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#TMMAnthologies Issue III: Mildly Interesting
Edited by Jonas Lund
Featuring Alexandra Pirici, Aymeric Mansoux & Florian Cramer, Sebastian Schmieg, Anika Schwarzlose, and Jonas Lund
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We were promised that technology and the Internet would fix everything: healthcare, education, food, agriculture, politics, but what we ended up with is pretty much the opposite – a world in which all of us preach to our own choir, like headless chickens running around chasing the next dopamine fix…

Would you buy a Softgun? Smoke testing Claudia Lomoschitz's OMG Armory Safety Soultions marshmallow marvel #TMMAnthologi...
14/06/2017
Softgun – The Moving Museum

Would you buy a Softgun?
Smoke testing Claudia Lomoschitz's OMG Armory Safety Soultions marshmallow marvel #TMMAnthologies #SmokeTest

One incredible webinar you need to watch! #SmokeTest presented by Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey live from PRAKSI...
08/06/2017
Jeremy Bailey Smoke Test Live Stream from PRAKSIS in Oslo

One incredible webinar you need to watch! #SmokeTest presented by Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey live from PRAKSIS and featuring Claudia Lomoschitz, Post Religion, Kathia Von Roth, and Yinan Song launched TMM Anthologies Issue II on 31 May.

TMM Anthologies: Issue II | Smoke Test | Jeremy Bailey – Launch event PRAKSIS’s Summer 2017 residency 'The Artist Entrepreneur', developed with Famous New Me...

07/06/2017
Deeply User Testing Results

Getting deep - #SmokeTest user feedback on Yinan Song's discrete operating system for exploring the Deep Web

07/06/2017
Michael Rakowitz : Dar Al Sulh : 01.05.13 : Dubai

A few years ago we worked with Michael Rakowitz to open the first Iraqi Jewish restaurant in the Arab World since the 1970s called Dar Al Sulh. It brought together people from all walks of life. It is coming to London this Summer as part of Shubbak Festival and will be hosted in the The Mosaic Rooms from 6-8 July. Join us to unite and share stories over Masgouf (Iraqi fish)!

In May 2013, The Moving Museum commissioned Dar Al Sulh by Michael Rakowitz as part of The Moving Museum, Dubai. Translated to Domain of Conciliation, this p...

Smoke Test webinar live streaming from PRAKSIS Oslo 6pm CEST today with Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey, Claudia L...
31/05/2017
Live Streaming From PRAKSIS – The Moving Museum

Smoke Test webinar live streaming from PRAKSIS Oslo 6pm CEST today with Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey, Claudia Lomoschitz, Post Religion, Kathia Von Roth, and Yinan Song!

Smoke Test launches with a special marketing webinar streamed live from Oslo on Wednesday May 31st to coincide with the PRAKSIS Summer 2017 residency The Artist Entrepreneur, developed with Bailey in collaboration with UKS and The Moving Museum.

TMM Anthologies Issue II: Smoke Test edited by Jeremy Bailey is now live featuring Claudia Lomoschitz, Post Religion, Ka...
30/05/2017
SMOKE TEST – The Moving Museum

TMM Anthologies Issue II: Smoke Test edited by Jeremy Bailey is now live featuring Claudia Lomoschitz, Post Religion, Kathia Von Roth, and Yinan Song!

Late last year I was asked to imagine a workshop for A/D/A, a new festival in Hamburg Germany examining the creative city through the lens of a series of artist run workshops. Rather than put together a one off workshop I sought to found the world’s first startup accelerator for artists. Startup acc...

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's series of chromogenic prints generated by computational methods attempt to create randomness at d...
24/05/2017
Method Random (2013) – The Moving Museum

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's series of chromogenic prints generated by computational methods attempt to create randomness at different points in computing history #methodrandom - TMM Anthology #Technostalgia

is a series of chromogenic prints that have been generated by computational methods that have attempted to create randomness at different points in computing history. Random number generators (RNG) are essential algorithms for a large number of applications from encryption and security to simulation...

"Many of the animations I created were based on the dithering patterns from Amiga paint programs and re-animated sprite ...
22/05/2017
Splodes, Peaceable Kingdom, Loose Lips Sink Ships (2012/3) – The Moving Museum

"Many of the animations I created were based on the dithering patterns from Amiga paint programs and re-animated sprite sheets of 1980’s war games, while newer animated gif collages, such as the Putin PR sequence, were altered to appear as if they were created on old Trinitron screens." - Laura Mills on Loose Lips Sink Ships and Peaceable Kingdom series

Are the Lean Artist products hot enough to make your laptop smoke? Find out at the Lean Artist Smoke Test Anthology laun...
22/05/2017
Lean Artist Smoke Test Launch – The Moving Museum

Are the Lean Artist products hot enough to make your laptop smoke? Find out at the Lean Artist Smoke Test Anthology launch on 31 May.

Launch Date: 31 May 2017 Time: 17:30-19:30pm CEST Location: PRAKSIS Rådhusgata 19 0158 Oslo Norway (map)Add to your Google Calendar | ICS

A marshmallow alternative to firearms, a matchmaking app for creative collaboration and a condom-like private web browse...
19/05/2017

A marshmallow alternative to firearms, a matchmaking app for creative collaboration and a condom-like private web browser you can share with friends to practice “safe browsing” - #smoketesting products for #socialgood at TMM Anthologies later month.

Did you like your teacher? Ahead of the Lean Artist Smoke Test Anthology, check out Jeremy Bailey & Rafael Rosendaal mak...
18/05/2017
30 - Mentorship

Did you like your teacher? Ahead of the Lean Artist Smoke Test Anthology, check out Jeremy Bailey & Rafael Rosendaal making good points on the topic of #mentorship

This week we discuss mentorship, searching for an elephant with a flashlight and eating glass while staring into the abyss. Tom Sherman, Exclusive Memory #9 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3YpYWtoM4

Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey founded the world’s first startup accelerator for artists… now it’s time to “smoke...
17/05/2017

Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey founded the world’s first startup accelerator for artists… now it’s time to “smoke test" the products - keep your eyes peeled this month for the launch of TMM Anthologies II: Lean Artist Smoke Test - featuring Claudia Lomoschitz, Post Religion, Kathia Von Roth, and Yinan Song
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Meet the new PRAKSIS residents about to be flexing their creative muscles with Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey dur...
17/05/2017

Meet the new PRAKSIS residents about to be flexing their creative muscles with Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey during The Artist Entrepreneur this Summer! - Brandon Covington Sam-Sumana (US), Esra Duzen Sandemose (TR), Sebastian Makonnen Kjølaas & Siri Hjorth (NO), Kirsty Kross (AU), Magnus Myrtveit (NO), Shameer Nyland Kinniya (NO), Ruben Steinum (NO) and Tough Guy Mountain (CA).

Excited to announce the 10 residents selected to work alongside Jeremy Bailey during The Artist Entrepreneur, these are: Brandon Covington Sam-Sumana (US), Esra Duzen Sandemose (TR), Sebastian Makonnen Kjølaas & Siri Hjorth (NO), Kirsty Kross (AU), Magnus Myrtveit (NO), Shameer Nyland Kinniya (NO), Ruben Steinum (NO) and Tough Guy Mountain (CA).

Spot your old monitor? Peter Luining captured obsolete electronic devices on the streets of Amsterdam - Obsolete (2009) ...
07/04/2017
Obsolete (2009) – The Moving Museum

Spot your old monitor? Peter Luining captured obsolete electronic devices on the streets of Amsterdam - Obsolete (2009) is included in TMM Anthology #Technostalgia

"These photographs, I hope, reveal the human in the machine, and the machine in the human. Computers were people once. T...
06/04/2017
Core Memory (2007) – The Moving Museum

"These photographs, I hope, reveal the human in the machine, and the machine in the human. Computers were people once. The word ‘computer’ comes from the 17th century and refers to a person or group of people who undertake complex mathematical calculations. In my photographs, a similar complexity unfolds from the simple toggle switch as it reveals binary, to hexadecimals, to visual. I try to show the act of creation in fields of switches and rivers of wiring." - Mark Richards on his series Core Memory (2007), viewable on TMM Anthology 'Technostalgia'

I am drawn to the mundane, at least to what at first appears mundane. The “average” is never that to me. While these images depict our machine past they also point towards our future as human and machine intertwine. This visuals mark a moment in history that may be as true a point of departure as th...

"Internet years are like dog years..." - Enjoy some amazing quotes, stories and provocations from the #Technostalgia Ant...
06/04/2017
Technostalgia Panel Discussion

"Internet years are like dog years..." - Enjoy some amazing quotes, stories and provocations from the #Technostalgia Anthology launch event panel discussion hosted at Carroll / Fletcher + expect to feel nostalgic as we look back to the time when the Internet arrived with Coline Milliard, Beryl Graham and Alison Craighead!

Technostalgia is the first in a series of Anthologies as part of TMM's new online publishing platform supported by Arts Council England.

Launch Event - TMM Anthologies: Issue I Technostalgia by Coline Milliard To mark the launch of TMM's new online publishing platform and the Technostalgia Ant...

Curious about architectural visualisation – the computer generated images of future buildings visible you spot at constr...
06/04/2017
The London Render Search | booktwo.org

Curious about architectural visualisation – the computer generated images of future buildings visible you spot at construction sites and the people who appeared in them? James Bridle's London Render Search commissioned by Convergence Festival and Carroll / Fletcher gets deep on the topic with a series of billboards on Great Eastern Street in East London.

to produce a new installation for a series of billboards on Great Eastern Street in Shoreditch, East London. Having lived and worked in the area for many years, I was very happy indeed to be able to bring work inspired by the area onto the streets.

"By the 2030s, #virtualreality will be totally realistic and compelling and we will spend most of our time in virtual en...
04/04/2017
Intersections: Art and Digital Creativity in the UK – Medium

"By the 2030s, #virtualreality will be totally realistic and compelling and we will spend most of our time in virtual environments… We will all become virtual humans."

Art/tech expert Lucy Sollitt looks at how artists are working with art and technology in the UK on behalf of the British Council in this new series of articles live on Medium. The first set explores immersive technologies feat. Abandon Normal Devices, Punchdrunk, Circa69.

Exploring a selection of the most exciting emerging trends cutting across art and digital culture.

31/03/2017
Rafaël Rozendaal : Mr Nice Hands : Talk : 07.08.14. Istanbul

“What can I find on the Internet that doesn’t relate to things we already know? Things made specifically for the Internet where the Internet is not just an archive of comic books or music but where something’s happening there..." - Rafaël Rozendaal, Mr Nice Hands talk during TMM's Istanbul residency 🙌

August 7 The Moving Museum launched the Istanbul Residency with a talk and an interactive YouTube event by artist Rafaël Rozendaal. This was the first event ...

🐘🐒🐊🐆 Haven't you always wanted a virtual zoo! ...one that houses a digital collection of computer viruses?Experience the...
31/03/2017
Cyberzoo (2003) – The Moving Museum

🐘🐒🐊🐆 Haven't you always wanted a virtual zoo! ...one that houses a digital collection of computer viruses?

Experience the wildest expressions of artificial life in the security of your own computer at Gustavo Romano's #Cyberzoo - featured in #Technostalgia

Calling revolutionaries! PRAKSIS, Unge Kunstneres Samfund and The Moving Museum are delighted to work with artist Jeremy...
30/03/2017
OPEN CALL // MAY - JUNE 2017 - THE ARTIST ENTREPRENEUR

Calling revolutionaries! PRAKSIS, Unge Kunstneres Samfund and The Moving Museum are delighted to work with artist Jeremy Bailey to develop PRAKSIS's summer 2017 #residency The Artist Entrepreneur. Help define new manifestos for artists working in this era of increased uncertainty. Apply by 12 April. Nothing less than the future of art is at stake!

#artopps

PRAKSIS and Unge Kunstneres Samfund (UKS) are delighted to work with artist Jeremy Bailey (CA) to develop PRAKSIS's summer 2017 residency The Artist Entrepreneur.

We are obsessed with the Dot Matrix Synth featured in TMM Anthology #Technostalgia! It was born out of Paul Slocum's sof...
29/03/2017
Dot Matrix Synth (2003) – The Moving Museum

We are obsessed with the Dot Matrix Synth featured in TMM Anthology #Technostalgia! It was born out of Paul Slocum's software project for the Epson LQ-500 dot matrix printer - transforming it into a #synthesizer. The sounds are made by using the dot matrix printhead, and different tones are created by driving the printhead at different frequencies.

The Dot Matrix Synth is a software project I completed in 2003 for the Epson LQ-500 dot matrix printer to transform the printer into a synthesizer. Even older printers like this Epson have a computer built into them, and for this project I wrote new firmware for this printer. The printer-synth makes...

In 2010, UBERMORGEN (lizvlx and Hans Bernhard) were commissioned by the Whitney Museum of American Art to create a new i...
28/03/2017
CLICKISTAN (2010) – The Moving Museum

In 2010, UBERMORGEN (lizvlx and Hans Bernhard) were commissioned by the Whitney Museum of American Art to create a new interactive piece to support their annual fundraiser. For a limited time, users could support the Annual Fund by playing the games included in CLICKISTAN, a work of computer-game art that references early net.art (i.e. Form Art by Alexei Shulgin) and classic arcade games such as Space Invaders, Donkey Kong, and Pac Man. The CLICKISTAN soundtrack is inspired by early computer games, and is supplied by 8-bit music website micromusic.net. Featured graphics by www32ndy Teister, Mr. Jason Brown and his Invaders of the Canvas and super extra special images by lizvlx && the glorious internet. And last but not least a morally profound thank you to the gods of javascript...

Explore the work at TMM Anthology #Technostalgia

#ubermorgen #clickistan #technostalgia2017 #spaceinvaders

23/03/2017

Beryl Graham talks about her first experiences with technology at #Technostalgia launch event at @carrollfletcher

23/03/2017
The Moving Museum Anthologies | Technostalgia Launch Event

Tune in for the live stream of the Technostalgia launch event tonight!
Alison Craigshead of British artist duo Thomson & Craighead and Professor Beryl Graham join Technostalgia editor Coline Milliard for an amazing panel discussion live from Carroll / Fletcher (starts 7pm GMT).

#Technostalgia2017 #thomsonandcraighead #colinemilliard #berylgraham

If you're in London Thursday, I highly recommend you go to this...
23/03/2017
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If you're in London Thursday, I highly recommend you go to this...

Join us this Thursday for the launch event of Technostalgia from 6.30pm GMT at Carroll / Fletcher or via the livestream broadcast by this is tomorrow!

Hear from Coline Milliard, Alison Craighead from British artist duo Thomson & Craighead, and Professor Beryl Graham. #technostalgia2017

Join us this Thursday for the launch event of Technostalgia from 6.30pm GMT at Carroll / Fletcher or via the livestream ...
22/03/2017
Technostalgia Launch event – The Moving Museum

Join us this Thursday for the launch event of Technostalgia from 6.30pm GMT at Carroll / Fletcher or via the livestream broadcast by this is tomorrow!

Hear from Coline Milliard, Alison Craighead from British artist duo Thomson & Craighead, and Professor Beryl Graham. #technostalgia2017

at Carroll / Fletcher in London on 23 March 2017. Moderated by Coline Milliard, the panel will include Alison Craighead from British artist duo Thomson and Craighead, and Professor Beryl Graham, Professor of New Media Art at University of Sunderland, and co-founder and editor of CRUMB.

We're super excited to have Alison Craighead from British artist duo Thomson & Craighead joining the panel discussion fo...
22/03/2017
Trigger-happy (1998) – The Moving Museum

We're super excited to have Alison Craighead from British artist duo Thomson & Craighead joining the panel discussion for the launch event of Technostalgia! Have you played Trigger-happy yet?

#technostalgia2017 #thomsonandcraighead #triggerhappy

Your Technostalgia trip awaits... Now live! Explore the 1st Anthology, edited by Coline Milliard, on TMM's new online pu...
22/03/2017
TECHNOSTALGIA – The Moving Museum

Your Technostalgia trip awaits... Now live! Explore the 1st Anthology, edited by Coline Milliard, on TMM's new online publishing platform.

#technostalgia2017 #Constantdullaart #jenniferinparadise Carroll / Fletcher Arts Council England Rhizome this is tomorrow

Number 1 is the modem dial-up sound, that digital gear-crunch of scrape, bleep and plonk. Immediately, I was 15 again, at home with my dad in front of a brand new computer. He was explaining that there was this thing called the Internet, that we could access it with a telephone line, that soon every...

It's official! We're launching a new platform of web-based anthologies. #Technostalgia, the inaugural anthology edited b...
14/03/2017
TMM Announces New Online Publishing Platform: TMM Anthologies

It's official! We're launching a new platform of web-based anthologies. #Technostalgia, the inaugural anthology edited by Coline Milliard will go live next week. Participating artists: Cory Arcangel, Constant Dullaart, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Peter Luining, Lorna Mills, Paper Rad, Mark Richards, Gustavo Romano, Evan Roth, Paul Slocum, Thomson & Craighead, and Ubermorgen.

TMM Anthologies has been made possible with the support of Arts Council England.

their legacy and impact, as well as their fetishization and appropriation in a contemporary artistic context. Participating artists include

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V-Art platform for digital art announces #SpaceOpenCall and invite all international artists without any registration fee to participate with works/projects in the following techniques: ✔ Static digital imagery (pictures, photos, sculptures); ✔ Time-based media (videos, audios, movies, slides); ✔ Interactive digital installations; ✔ XR / VR / AR / MR art; ✔ Game art; ✔ Generative art; ✔ Web art or net art. Which art are we going to take to the stars? The Digital era has transformed the very essence of the way we live, as well as our perception of materiality and space. Art as a reflection of the changes in society gave momentum to a new medium of expression - digital art. Now we are on the verge of a new, space era, where intangible and technological digital art is assonant with the development of humankind. Like the golden disk sent to extraterrestrial civilizations with Voyager in 1977, we will send our message to the Universe. Ancestors watched the starry sky and created legends, which lived on up to the present. Now we are creating a new symbol of the art of the future - a digital art spaceship, that will bring art to new horizons. Its mission is to expand the realms of art and host the biggest digital art exhibition. Our Art Spaceship is ready to launch, welcome onboard! All the details about the open call - https://v-art.digital/open-call Apply on - https://bit.ly/3f2NV9C Deadline for applications - 10 December 2020 Questions about the application process - [email protected] To learn more about V-Art platform: https://v-art.digital/ https://www.facebook.com/V.Art.digital https://www.instagram.com/v.art.digital/ #SpaceOpenCall #vArtOpenCall #DigitalArt #vArt #vArtPlatform #Space #OpenCall #TAtchersArtManagement