Hi Ruth and Everyone,

I have made a doodle with 5 dates that would work for me in the next month. Perhaps everyone who is interested in a discussion (about the exhibition, Networking the Unseen, digital colonialism, and what we can learn about media and digitalisation from communities outside the urban mainstream) could indicate which dates would work for them, and we can then take the top 1 or 2 dates as our appointments for an online meet-up. Just to clarify, 8.30 pm CET would be 7.30 for those in the UK.
Enter preferences here:
http://doodle.com/poll/95fbne5undciwiz7 

Might also be interesting for some of you to know that this exhibition/project will be touring to Germany next year, where the indigenous artists’ work will be shown alongside European artists also using similar strategies to unpick the effects of and interactions between cultural change and digitalisation.

Looking forward to more discussion!

g.

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UPCOMING / NEWS

June-August 2016 - Networking the unseen, Furtherfield Gallery, curated by Gretta Louw with Marc Garrett and Ruth Catlow, London, UK. 

4 August 2016 - Your Emojis Are Not Innocent: Selfies and Alterity, artist talk at Furtherfield Commons, Finsbury Park, London.

6 August 2016 - Do It With Others - Art and Solidarity in the Age of Networks, Wysing Arts Centre, led by Furtherfield (Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett), Cambridge, UK. http://www.wysingartscentre.org/whats_on/events/saturday_symposia_6_august

September 2016 - 100% Internet, Karin Wimmer Galerie, curated by Karin Wimmer and Yan Han, Munich, Germany.

November-December 2016 - Monster of the Machine, LABoral Centro de Arte y Creaci๓n Industrial, curated by Marc Garrett, Gij๓n, Spain.

Ongoing - GIF Portrait is a limited edition series of 20 digital art portraits on a commission basis. http://www.gifportrait.net/






On 25 Jun 2016, at 12:10, ruth catlow <ruth.catlow@furtherfield.org> wrote:

Hello Gretta,

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Thanks for these https://vimeo.com/user10846257/videos 
The flavour here is consistent with the elements of Yama.

I think that one or two G+ Hangout meetings over the next months would be wonderful- to discuss the ideas and issues raised by the work in the exhibition.  

A recent survey of Furtherfield audiences/participants (we will be coming for you soon NBers;) has shown an appetite for more debate and conversation.

I think it would provide a wonderful opportunity to think about collaboration across national borders and cultural identities

....profoundly pertinent to us European Brits - who now feel like foreigners in our own land : (


Ruth






On 21/06/16 12:14, Gretta Louw wrote:
Thank you so much for these lovely words, Ruth. We (everyone involved, especially from Warnayaka, and myself) are so grateful to Furtherfield for seeing the potential in this work before other institutions did. It has been a real learning experience for all of us and such a deep dialogue, which is continuing this week for Jampijinpa, Jupurrurla, and I now that we are back here in Munich. We hope to have an article together soon that we can share with the Furtherfield community and the public, that will clarify some of the things Ruth has raised and add to Jampijinpa’s presentation on Saturday, for those who were there.

You may also enjoy some of these videos and fun clips (made during my visits to Lajamanu) about and from the artists at Warnayaka Art Centre and the Lajamanu Community: https://vimeo.com/user10846257/videos

I would love to hear more reflections from people who saw the show on the opening weekend - and, of course, as new visitors come through. Happy to also set up some dates for G+ Hangouts or something if people want to get together in small groups to discuss during the course of the exhibition.

Warmest regards,
Gretta

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June-August 2016 - Networking the unseen, Furtherfield Gallery, curated by Gretta Louw with Marc Garrett and Ruth Catlow, London, UK. Exhibition opening Friday 17th of June, with artist talks on Saturday the 18th of June. http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/exhibition/networking-the-unseen?page=36 August 2016 - Do It With Others - Art and Solidarity in the Age of Networks, Wysing Arts Centre, led by Furtherfield (Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett), Cambridge, UK. http://www.wysingartscentre.org/whats_on/events/saturday_symposia_6_augustNovember-December 2016 - Monster of the Machine, LABoral Centro de Arte y Creaci๓n Industrial, curated by Marc Garrett, Gij๓n, Spain.2017 - Networking the unseen (Across Boundaries), Villa Merkel, curated by Gretta Louw as part of the Bahnwไrter Scholarship awarded by the City of Esslingen am Rhein, Esslingen, Germany.Ongoing - GIF Portrait is a limited edition series of 20 digital art portraits on a commission basis. http://www.gifportrait.net/








On 21 Jun 2016, at 12:24 PM, ruth catlow <ruth.catlow@furtherfield.org> wrote:

Hi Everyone,

Last Friday we opened an exhibition curated by Gretta Louw, and featuring Yama, an installation she has made in collaboration with Neil Jupurrurla Cook, the Artistic Director of the Warnayaka Art Centre, along with other artists and members of the Warlpiri people of Lajamanu, in Central Australia. 

With the Warnayaka Art Centre, over 4 or 5 years Gretta has formed an extraordinary artistic bridge- the Yama installation is fun, delicious, respectful, bold and provocative, in the face of social, political and environmental stress, and an exchange fraught with potential ethical and etiquett-ical bear-traps.

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Here is a photo by Michael Erglis of the Yama installation at Furtherfield Gallery.

The exhibition also features work by 5 other Australian artists of diverse heritages.
http://furtherfield.org/programmes/exhibition/networking-unseen

On Saturday Gretta led a tour of the exhibition. Then Warlpiri educator Steve Jampijimpa Patrick talked about the work in the context of the five pillars of Warlpiri culture. You can watch the short video that he showed here on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFZq7AduGrc

The discussion of "so called technology" pursued questions of: cultural continuity, churn and loss; in contrast with stories said to pre-date humans; medium-message relations (McLuhan-stylee), the opportunities and threats of openness and sharing in amongst the global flows of capital in the network age.

I noticed as Jampijimpa drew in the sand, how his drawing resonated with the network diagrams that have informed and shaped our work at Furtherfield for the last 20 years, our understanding of the importance of connectedness and especially our DIWO campaign. http://furtherfield.org/projects/diwo-do-it-others-resource

Here you can see the Warnayaka 'logo' incorporated into our new DIWO graphic.

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I cannot properly convey the full impact that these meetings and events are having on me and the other people who have attended. It is unfolding slowly, in unexpected ways. (Yama, is a Warlpiri word translates as 'reflection'- sky to land, inward to outward, shadow falling from object across another object). I will write more with more reflections as they arise and as I talk to others. 

I urge you to see the exhibition if you can. And to talk to Gretta.
We'll post images from the exhibition very soon.

Cheers
Ruth




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