Great talk, sorry I had to leave early.
It’s funny, I thought I would have nothing to add to the conversation, but in my research there have been satellite interventions of Slow Scan TV between indigenous Ainu in Japan and Inuit in Canada, and the peoples all around the Pacific Rim. I seem to remember a moment with the King of Raratonga in the Cook Islands.  I might have documentation…

From: Gretta Louw <>
Reply-To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity <>
Date: Tuesday, July 19, 2016 at 2:28 PM
To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity <>
Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] About hosting Networking the Unseen exhibition at Furtherfield

For those interested in joining in on the talk tonight, here’s the link:

I’m there now!


On 19 Jul 2016, at 13:23, Gretta Louw <> wrote:

Hi everyone,

Just a reminder that we are having our first Networking the Unseen G+ Hangout tonight at 7.30pm UK time / 8.30 pm CET. I will post a link to the hangout around 5 mins before the start.

In case any of you who are interested in participating tonight have not yet read Steve Jampijinpa Anderson’s essay about YAMA and the concept of Ngurra Kurlu, please do:

Looking forward to talking tonight,


On 11 Jul 2016, at 09:43, Gretta Louw <> wrote:

Hi Ruth, hi all,

Looking forward to the first Networking the Unseen chat as well! The dates are next Tuesday, the 19th of July, and the following Monday, the 25th of July. I will post a link here when it’s live (shortly before the appointed time of 8.30 pm CET.

Hope to see lots of you at Furtherfield Commons in London in August, too!


On 10 Jul 2016, at 15:52, ruth catlow <> wrote:

Hi All

Looking forward to the Gretta's first google hangout gathering this Tuesday evening, to discuss the work and topics around the Networking the Unseen exhibition.

Gretta will you post a link here just before we start?

Also for those living in or near London - please join us for Selfies and Alterity with Gretta Louw
Thursday 4 August, 6-8pm – Furtherfield Commons

Gretta will present preliminary work on a Warlpiri (First Nations Australian) selfie and photo editing app, a collaboration with the Warnayaka Art Centre, and discuss how selfies, social media, and alterity can be used for social good.

Book here


On 05/07/16 09:43, Gretta Louw wrote:
Hi Everyone,

Thanks to all those who signed up on the Doodle for the planned online discussions to expand the dialogue around the Networking the Unseen exhibition that is currently up at Furtherfield.

Looks like the best dates are:

Tuesday the 19th of July - meet on G+ at 8.30 pm CET (that’s 7.30 pm in the UK)
Monday the 25th at the same time.

Hope to see all of you who indicated your availability there, and of course anyone else who can join in spontaneously.

For those who haven’t made it to the exhibition (yet), here are some great photos from Furtherfield’s photographer, Pau:

Look forward to continuing the exchange over the next couple of weeks! And for those in London, please do come to the talk at Furtherfield Commons on the 4th of August.


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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. 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 Creación Industrial, curated by Marc Garrett, Gijón, Spain.Ongoing - GIF Portrait is a limited edition series of 20 digital art portraits on a commission basis.

On 29 Jun 2016, at 14:15, Gretta Louw <> wrote:

Thanks for the votes so far. I have also passed the Doodle link on to a few other ppl who might be interested but aren’t on the NetBehaviour list, plus the artists in the exhibition (although for most of them the time will probably not be workable with the time difference in Australia).

Anyone else who is interested in taking part in the online discussions, please add your votes here:

Then I will get back to you all with confirmation of the final dates ASAP.


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On 27 Jun 2016, at 23:54, John Hopkins <> wrote:

I don't have any links to point folks to, but the pan-Arctic Lappish (Sami) Parliament and cultural collaborations across Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia could be an interesting example to explore. My students in Tornio (in West Lapland), Finland introduced me to some of these networks...


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