So long as some

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Nick Douglas, “It’s Supposed to Look Like Shit: The Internet Ugly Aesthetic”





Don’t Follow the Wind in Lisbon

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Don’t Follow the Wind installed at the Museu Coleção Berardo in Lisbon, Portugal, for the show Matter Fictions. It’s on view till August 21. The headset was hand-made by three generations of same Fukushima family.





Talk at ICA, London

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We’ll be in conversation with the amazing Jesse Darling and Ben Vickers at ICA, London, July 19, 6:30pm

Join us if you’re in London!





Artforum on our show in London


Our current show at Carroll/Fletcher critic-picked by Artforum!

…and she exposed Ceiling Cat





Kennette Benedict, executive director of

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“Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World’s First Digital Weapon”, by Kim Zetter





The New Yorker on Dark Content


Watch an art work about the Dark Web, on the Dark Web“, by Daniel Wenger, on The New Yorker

“Humans may be messier than humans would like, but “Dark Content” suggests that computers aren’t the solution. Sometimes humorously, sometimes disastrously, automation tends to result in appealing anomalies, hints of personality. In one episode, a prune-mouthed granny places undue emphasis on the “tent” in “content moderation”; in another, a shiny-haired woman in a ruffled blouse uses an unnatural rat-a-tat to say “gotta keep my eye on that,” cramming each syllable into a millisecond’s slot.”





The New York Times on our current show


The New York Times on our latest projects and current show in London at Carroll / Fletcher!

(Thanks Sandino Scheiddeger for the timely photo)





Video of opening

Here’s a video of last night, it’s the opening of our show “Abuse Standards Violations” at Carroll/Fletcher, London. Small surprise at the end of video… Thanks Callum Leo Hughes for the shot!





Interview with Modern Painters

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We talked to Thea Ballard at Modern Painters about internet content moderation and the dark web, in advance of our exhibition at Carroll/Fletcher opening this week!





“United We Stand” in France

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In the last couple of months our endless campaign to promote “United We Stand”, a movie that never existed about Europe, hit Annemasse, a small city in south-eastern France. With the upcoming Brexit referendum in the UK we thought it was a good timing…

It’s our contribution to Les Incessants, curated by Céline Poulin.