Roll up your sleeves and warm up your dart-throwing arm. Nottingham-based new media researchers, designers and consultants Suppose are out to prove that net.art is not just for basement-bound loner types. Beginning March 20, a series of 'live events' will attempt to take digital art and new media to the street by opening up public discussions over beer and crisps at Nottingham's Maze pub. The first installment features glitch artist Tony Scott of Beflix.com, Suppose's Edward George and others in an evening loosely illustrating one of net.art's most enduring obsessions: methodologies of automatic art production. Prizes, cheap beer, net.art hotties. Why didn't someone think of this before? -Cinqu
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