[NetBehaviour] Become a reviewer at Futherfield.

marc garrett marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Wed Jun 23 17:36:59 CEST 2010

Sorry for any cross posting...

Become a reviewer at Futherfield.


We receive regular submissions from artists and art-groups from all over 
the world. Inviting us to feature and review their projects, whether 
they exist as works on the Internet, physical pieces in spaces and 
projects outdoors, or cultural events, workshops, conferences and 

We have an excellent and varied team of reviewers working with us. Yet, 
because we are receiving so many innovative and high quality projects to 
review, we are finding it hard to keep up. So, now we need even more 

We are interested exploring and promoting art engaged with aspects of 
'social change' and its cultural contexts, as well as art using 
technology as part of its medium.

We welcome contributions from all kinds of writers - but would 
especially value bi-lingual reviewers who are able to introduce work 
created by artists in non-English-speaking cultures.

We are also interested in people who understand and know software art, 
social networks, live net art, live Internet tv, open source, tactical 
media, art blogs, net films, media art connected- self institutions, 
psychogeography, critical games, media art related exhibitions online 
and in spaces, and related conferences.

As a reviewer you will be asked to select from these works and 
contribute to the context of what is being created and write about its 
relevance. You will also have the option of seeking out and writing 
about other works that you personally think should be seen on Furtherfield.

If you possess knowledge and enthusiasm for any of these subjects, are 
able to write and communicate clearly;-) and are interested in being 
part of a explorative group, that is growing daily as an adventurous, 
networked and mult-platformed community in its own right, consisting of 
over 26,000 subscribers. And like us, are passionately and critically 
engaged in investigating the constant shifts and reinvention of art and 
its social contexts, and digitally related vista as we know it; we 
welcome you aboard...

contact - marc garrett: marc.garrett at furtherfield.org

Note: Please do not apply unless you are sure that you are definately 


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