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17 September 2019: Yeet Me Down the Information Superhighway

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dat politics, semiconductor, 2000, 4 min
B.I.T Plane, Bureau of Inverse Technology, 1999, 14 min
Basement Pool, George Barber, 2015, 2 min
Otolith I, The Otolith Group, 2003, 23 min
Swallow, Laure Prouvost, 2013, 12 min
Infrastructure, Rachel Reupke, 2002, 14 min
Passing as a Great Grey Owl, Charlotte Prodger, 2017, 6 min
Earthquake Films, semiconductor, 2000, 10 min

"This digital shorts programme allows you to dive into a selection of formally fun works created by a diverse range of artists. The programme looks to explore how new digital technology has been and continues to be used to push the boundaries of psychogeography. What’s more fun than playing with new toys? Looking at the amazing things artists can do with them, probably. This programme contains the works of one Turner Prize nominee and two Turner Prize winners." – Joel Whitaker

Total Runtime: ca 85 min


Part of Ringroads: Playfulness in British Psychogeography, curated by Joel Whitaker.

Supported by NFTS

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