Rachel Falconer
Works in London United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Rachel Falconer is an artist, curator, writer and producer working at the intersections of technology, networked behavior and contemporary art. She currently holds the newly-created position of Head of Art and Technology at SPACE where she is responsible for the strategic cross-programming of The White Building's events and residencies and SPACE's CoLAB workshops and co-creation events. She is also Co-Editor at Furtherfield Gallery and a founding member of the art collective Hardcore Software.
Her practice is hybrid and interdisciplinary in approach and she draws on her International experience in the viral advertising and gaming industries to inform her systems-based practice. Her current activity and research focuses on the pathologies surrounding distributed knowledge production and human behaviors around networked technology.
Born in Brussels, and having worked, studied and lived between New York, Milan and London,Rachel has been involved in emerging technologies as an artist, curator, producer and researcher for over thirteen years.
She is regularly invited to participate in exhibitions and events in her field - from the Barbican and the Royal College of Art to Tate, Rhizome, and Furtherfield Gallery.
Her writing has been widely published - including in The Guardian, Furtherfield, The White Review, Shots, A-N and Dazed & Confused.
Her latest chapter for Routledge on Remix Theory is due to be published November 2014.

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Creative Technology Coordinator

Mon Sep 15, 2014 09:00

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Vacancy: Creative Technology Coordinator

SPACE is now recruiting for a Creative Technology Coordinator to help put SPACE’s new co-working hub CoLAB on the creative map.

5 days a week £25,000 per annum (work days and times will include evenings and weekends).

Based in CoLAB (due to launch mid November 2014), the Creative Technology Coordinator will report to the Head of Art & Technology and help manage and evolve our new co-working and collaborative learning space.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for supporting innovative creative projects and workshops, a strong interest and demonstrable dexterity in the emergent tech landscape, and a creative approach to the implementation of technology. This is a role for a great mentor, ambitious coordinator, an insatiably curious tech enthusiast and proficient facilitator. You will be collaborating alongside world-class artists, designers, and hybrid producers as well as with a diversity of workshop leaders and participants from all walks of life. With the common goal of working to imagine, design and implement the next generation of art & tech projects, innovation products and learning experiences across a diversity of platforms the Creative Technology Coordinator will be positioned at the centre of of CoLAB’s community.

The Creative Technology Coordinator Job Description & application form can be downloaded here:

Please send a completed application form, Equal Ops form, and a CV to HR Manager Hannah Princewill: hannah@spacestudios.org.uk

or send by post to:
Creative Technology Coordinator Vacancy
129 -131 Mare Street
London E8 3RH

Deadline for completed applications is 9am Monday 15th September 2014

Interviews are scheduled for Tuesday 23rd September 2014


SPACE is a leading arts organisation providing creative workspace, advocacy, support and promoting innovation. Founded by artists in 1968, our 18 sites provide space for 700 artists with a further 700 supported through media arts programmes, training, exhibitions, schools and community projects, professional development and artist residencies. SPACE is a pioneer of practice at the intersection of art and technology.

Please contact Hannah Princewill should you have any queries related to the post.



Fri May 02, 2014 18:00

London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Applications are now open for five residencies for emerging artists and creative technologists working at the intersections of art, technology and sustainability.

Deadline: Friday 2 May 5pm ECT.


Thematic: #stacktivism is a term that attempts to give form to a critical conversation and line of enquiry around infrastructures and the relationship we have to them. #stacktivism has recently attracted a great deal of debate and interest and is an ongoing, and increasingly popular subject of interrogation for theorists, economists and creative practitioners alike. As the digital divide and post‐internet discourses lose traction and diversify, artists and creative technologists are faced with a new set of trending critical dialogues in the face of the morphing technological landscape. The INFRA_SPECTION residency acknowledges this shift, and the participating artists are invited to enter into a dialogue with the rapidly evolving perspectives of #stacktivism as a catalyst for their practice.

This cycle of The White Building residencies seek to question emergent behaviors and formulate ways to articulate the changes taking place “from here to there”. The residencies will generate a programme of events and critical debate around how creative practices are positioned within our contemporary convergence culture. INFRA_SPECTION will also raise questions about the terms of engagement artists and creative technologists are working with in their techno-political landscape and beyond.

Applications must be received by Friday 25th April 5pm.

For more information and instructions on how to apply, please download the brief here.

Please include a diversity monitoring form with your application which can be downloaded here.

Residencies will be based in the dedicated open-plan residency studio at The White Building, Hackney Wick.

Please contact Rachel Falconer, Head of Art & Technology should you have any queries: rachel@spacestudios.org.uk

More about #stacktivism here and here .

Join the #stacktivism conversation on Twitter: @stacktivism