Category Archives: Lecture

In conversation with MUDAM’s Emanuela Mazzonis

In conversation with Emanuela Mazzonis, co-curator with Francesco Bonami of the amazing show “Me, Family“, at MUDAM. We talked about a few works dealing with oversharing, vulnerability and the darknet. And cats. Half Cats to be precise.

Talking about Life Sharing at the New Museum

Video of a talk we just gave at the New Museum about our work Life Sharing (2000-03), which Rhizome just “restored” and put back online, as an archival copy. The work is here BTW:

Creative Capital Artist Retreat video

Eva and I trying to squeeze three years of efforts into a 7 mins long presentation at Creative Capital Artist Retreat. It’s about our new project “Fukushima Texture Pack”, earthquake, tsunami, nuclear crisis and digital textures.

Video of ICA talk

Here’s the video of the talk with Jesse Darling and Ben Vickers at ICA, London: “Invisibility & overshare, exhibitionism & withdrawal, anonymity & identity services, content moderation & censorship, the nothing, the horror…”

Creative Capital retreat 2016

We did it ! Just back from the Creative Capital retreat, where we presented our new work, Fukushima Texture Pack, to the most amazing – and intimidating – crowd ever.

Talk at ICA, London

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!

Talk at Goldsmiths tonight!

Tonight we’re giving a talk at Goldsmiths, London, with Matthew Fuller, we’ll be discussing what we’ve been up to since we first met Matthew, in 2000, so we won’t run out of topics. Come join us, it’s free and open to the public: June 2, 6PM, room RHB 137a. Thanks Zach Blas for organizing this!

Conversation at the Photographer’s Gallery, London

Our days in London are getting exciting… we’ll be in conversation with the amazing Zach Blas at The Photographer’s Gallery, June 3, 6:30-8 pm! It’s free, but booking essential “Throughout the discussion, they will explore how what is concealed is often what matters most.”

Video of lecture at SVA

Video of a talk we gave at SVA MFA Fine Arts Department, in New York

What Has Been Seen Cannot Be Unseen

Lecture! RMCAD, Denver, Colorado What Has Been Seen Cannot Be Unseen Thursday, March 20, 2014, 6:30 p.m. doors, 7:00 p.m. Mary Harris Auditorium See you there?