What the modern means of

blog article ways of seeing

John Berger, “Ways of Seeing”





The Influencers 2014!


The Influencers, the festival we founded in 2004 and co-curate with Bani, will be held at the CCCB, Barcelona, Spain, Nov 27-28-29

Featuring: Gabriella Coleman, Bill Drummond, David Horvitz, Olia Lialina, Julian Oliver, Richard Pell – Center for PostNatural History, Julia Solis, and much, much more…

Program is here, book your flights!





I Can’t Find Myself Either at MIX NYC

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Our work “I Can’t Find Myself Either”, a video game performance we did in 2010, will be screened today at MIX New York Queer Experimental Film Festival together with Ryan Trecartin, aids-3d, Jennifer Chan and more…

November 13, 2014 @ 9:00 pm
337 Butler Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Program is here





Exhibition trailer – Breaking Banality

Trailer for our upcoming exhibition:

Breaking Banality: The Dysfunction of Remediation
Nov 6, 2014 – Jan 10, 2015
PNCA’s Feldman Gallery, Portland, OR





The Darknet – From Memes to Onionland

exhib The Darknet

Very excited for being part of this great group show: The Darknet – From Memes to Onionland at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen.

With: !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Anonymous, Cory Arcangel, Aram Bartholl, Heath Bunting, Simon Denny, Eva and Franco Mattes, Seth Price, Robert Sakrowski, Hito Steyerl, Valentina Tanni.

oh, we’re also giving a talk on Saturday called “4chan andalou”, need to add more?





New performance: Licking Rim

“It’s interesting to note how the quality of the videos is influenced by socio-geographical factors, how wealth, technology, and media are related, image quality is related to power and importance”, private email by Nathan Terry

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Indeed, traditionally, we associate art with

blog on art activism 2

“On Art Activism”, by Boris Groys





Fake movie in real movie

The above clip comes from a recent Italian movie titled “L’amore e’ imperfetto”. In one of the scenes, the guy’s striptease, you can see the poster we designed for our fake movie United We Stand, hanging on a wall. We don’t know how our work ended up there, but we find it interesting. Is it there as an artwork, hanging on the wall of a supposed art collector (the guy doing the striptease)? Or is it a movie poster, put there tongue-in-cheek by the movie director, who’s playing with his own audience? Or, finally, is it there just as a poster and no one realized the movie never existed? I guess they are all true, it depends on who is the audience…





As the web spills over into

blog article too much world is the internet dead

“Too Much World: Is the Internet Dead?”, by Hito Steyerl





Today’s performance is Yoga Tree

We are posting it on a Vietnamese social network. Follow the project at