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ThoughtWorks Arts are pleased to announce that the Simulacra & Similitude: Synthetic Media residency has been jointly awarded to two artists, Nouf Aljowaysir and James Coupe. Due to COVID-19, these residencies have been restructured to take place fully online. Our external partners for this residency are MIT Open Doc Lab, an academic center for innovative […]

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General Intellect, exhibited as part of Eintritt in ein Lebewesen. Von der Sozialen Skulptur zum Plattformkapitalismus (On entering a living being. From Social Sculpture to Platform Capitalism) Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin 18 May – 16 August 2020 When Joseph Beuys coined the phrase of the “social sculpture” in the 1970s, he was not aware of the […]

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James Coupe Warriors International Center of Photography, New York City Jan 23rd – May 17th 2020 The International Center of Photography (ICP) will open its new integrated center on Manhattan’s Lower East Side with James Coupe: Warriors, one of four inaugural exhibitions. It will be on view at ICP at 79 Essex Street at Essex […]

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The selection committee is delighted to announce the winner of the inaugural Surveillance Studies Network Arts Fund Prize, James Coupe, for his work Watchtower (A Machine for Living)

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OUT OF SIGHT 115 South Jackson Street, Seattle August 3 – 27, 2017 http://www.outofsight.space Out of Sight – a survey of contemporary art in the Pacific Northwest, returns to Seattle for its third year. Tandem to the Seattle Art Fair, Out of Sight is the largest and most diverse annual exhibition of contemporary art in […]

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Since 2016 every year the Swiss art magazine Kunstbulletin and HeK (House of Electronic Arts Basel) award the prize, “net based”, for net-based art. The prize was established to draw attention to the Internet as a platform for artistic activities and to make innovative web-based projects or projects inspired by the Internet accessible to a […]

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This exhibition is based on the collaboration with a network of scientists, journalists, activists, and artists in some twenty countries around the world, and in cooperation with expert organizations such as the German PEN Center, the Chaos Computer Club, Reporters Without Borders, and such platforms as netzpolitik. org, digitalcourage.de, WikiLeaks, and others. The exhibition’s aim is to expand public debate about the ever-present surveillance and censorship methods, which is an urgent priority not only due to constant new reports in the media, but especially because of the extensive obstruction of the investigation of these practices.

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Aktionsart is pleased to present General Intellect, an exhibition of new work from James Coupe. Featuring a generative database of 3,000 videos produced by workers hired through Amazon’s Mechanical Turk (mTurk) service, this exhibition displays single and multi-channel video installations throughout an entire decaying school building in South Lake Union.

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The Henry Art Gallery will host Surveillance & Privacy: Art, Law, and Social Practice, a multi-day symposium focusing on the response of artists and cultural institutions to issues related to privacy and surveillance.

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Swarm has received an Honorary Mention in the Interactive Art category at Ars Electronica.

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A panel that considers how contemporary artists are using code as a cinematic medium.

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Art Fag City discusses Swarm as part of Cronenberg:Transformations at MOCCA, Toronto

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In James Coupe’s “Swarm,” Surveillance Equipment and Profiling Algorithms Highlight Demographic Identity and Social Paranoia…

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Sanctum opens May 4 – sign up to the project’s Facebook app.

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Five People in a Room included in The Public Private at Parsons, New York City Feb 7 – April 17.