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Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is a catalyst for new approaches to art-making through digital invention.
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 15
And we're done! Thank you to all our speakers for their contribution to FREEPORT: Critical this afternoon, the exhibition is still open until tomorrow , 11am-5pm.
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 15
Rave is about people creating their own reality. Ollie Zhang on rave culture in reaction to + ’s CryptoRave
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Sam Meech Feb 15
Word of the day - 'negentropy' - reversal of entropy
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 15
Mitra Azar explores ideas on mobile phone/social media activism to gain agency locally, with potential global impact
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SHIFT Feb 15
Hearing about how Cosmo Phenomenology and geocinema intertwine by looking at point of view matter orientation spins in electromagnetic fields with Mitra Azar
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Nicola Bozzi Feb 15
At explains how space still matters by discussing digital squatting aka businesses pretending to be based in shoreditch on their website for reputation
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SHIFT Feb 15
Talking Space-Transport-Digital: outdated geographical metaphors about the internet include -cyberspace -internet super highways -telecommunicating -surfing the web but the geography of the internet and it’s spatial patterns still exist
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 15
. makes the case for valuing physical space and distance in a growing, rich, culture of digital networks
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Ruth McCullough Feb 15
Kicking of our Freeport: Critical talks at with brilliant line up of artists, writers, philosophers + cultural theorists. Unpacking artworks exploring cryptocurrencies, global data sension and agean sea networks w/
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 15
We will be starting FREEPORT: Critical shortly. Tune in on our Facebook page for the live stream
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 15
Our FREEPORT: Critical talks programme starts at 1pm . If you're not joining us in , then you can tune in via on twitter or through the live stream on Facebook.
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 15
Our talks programme FREEPORT: Critical is today! We're serving tea and coffee from 12.30 so make sure you come down early to get a good seat.
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 14
Will we live in a world of future money or in a future without money? to at '18. Rachel joins us for the FREEPORT: Critical talks programme tomorrow, accompanying the exhibition FREEPORT: Terminal MCR
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 13
Only a few days to go! If you're unable to go to FREEPORT: Critical on Friday and have reserved a ticket, let us know via Eventbrite by cancelling your ticket so we can offer the place to someone else!
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 13
Make sure you are following us on facebook as we will be live streaming our FREEPORT: Critical talks programme this Friday, starting at 1pm.
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 13
When visiting FREEPORT: Terminal MCR and you're not on iPhone (just scan straight from camera!), you can access the exhibition QR codes on Android via
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 12
FREEPORT: Terminal MCR artist talking to exhibition visitors about building collective narratives on her project Networks of Trust. We're open 11-5pm daily until Saturday at
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 12
Make sure you bring your phone to FREEPORT: Terminal MCR to access parts of the exhibition via our QR codes and NFC cards. Volunteers will be on hand to assist.
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Open Eye Gallery Feb 12
Launched! 🛰 New short-run exhibition from in Salford, open this week only.
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AbandonNormalDevices Feb 12
We'll be live streaming our talks programme on Friday 1-4.30pm, exploring and unpacking themes presented in the exhibition FREEPORT: Terminal MCR at . Be sure to follow us on Facebook to join in!
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