Steven Cairns and Rosalie Doubal reflect on our recent three-day event, Fear of Missing Out.
Steven Cairns and Rosalie Doubal19 Jun 2015
James Bridle explores how digital systems of surveillance are radically changing the meaning of citizenship.
Ben Murray1 Jun 2015
A panel discussion co-chaired by Hito Steyerl and Nina Power and featuring FOMO participants Helen Hester, Yuri Pattison and McKenzie Wark.
McKenzie Wark presents on his new book Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene.
A panel discussion co-chaired by Hito Steyerl and Linda Stupart, featuring FOMO participants Erika Balsom, Oleksiy Radynski, Eleanor Saitta and Ashkan Sepahvand.
Erika Balsom introduces a screening of Harun Farocki’s four-part series Serious Games (2009–10).
Hacker, designer, artist, writer and barbarian Eleanor Saitta presents on Aesthetics as a Proper Superset of Evaluatory Modes.
Tony Prescott presents on the robotic and AI technologies that are changing our understandings of the self.
On day 2 of FOMO, readers Karen Archey, Jamie Sterns, Linda Stupart, and Zoe Whitley perform a second iteration of The Lexicon.
Kiev-based writer and filmmaker, Oleksiy Radynski presents on his films documenting the Ukrainian war, followed by a Q&A led by Daniel Trilling.
A panel discussion co-chaired by Hito Steyerl and Karen Archey, featuring FOMO participants !Mediengruppe Bitnik., Judy Wajcman and Olia Lialina.
Olia Lialina in conversation with Karen Archey, discussing her pioneering work as a net artist.
Judy Wajcman discusses the impact of mobile communication technologies on our perception of time, as interrogated in her newly-published book Pressed For Time: The Acceleration of Life in Digital Capitalism.
Artists !Mediengruppe Bitnik present Random Darknet Shopping Bots, Mail Art and Surveillance Algorithms, giving insight into their latest work around bots.