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The Unstitute is an Evolving Interactive Environment which consists of a series of makeshift sites and excavations created in the form of a digital burrow. Built to offer challenges to establishment language and practise, The Unstitute creates and curates multi-media digital projects, manifesto writing machines and anarchic web-design as well as supporting up to four online residencies per year and a monthly video-channel as a part of its ongoing Participation programme.

Each department of The Unstitute's virtual building constitutes a series of movements which proliferate into extensions and entrances, holes and dead-ends, annexes and chambers - never singular, absolute, permanent, profound – always plural, temporary, mobile, superficial.

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The Unstitute: "...drifting towards (x)" update #2 - World's End / The Siege


Dates:
Wed Dec 04, 2013 19:10 - Thu Dec 04, 2014

The Unstitute is an Evolving Interactive Environment

World's End / The Siege

Evermore drifting tangentially from civic norms, the population of London divide into two seemingly distinct groups: the Inert and the Hostile. Both exhibit symptoms of the affliction known only as (x). From the old man burying his food in a hole in the ground for safekeeping, to the people shipwrecked on a reef of apathy on their way to work, the glue of social cohesion is scoured by a casual nihilism.

CADE, the maverick topographer, has traipsed the streets from Belgravia to Peckham like a bloodhound to reveal the territorial disputes, clan-dominated enclaves and community group fascism of this neo-London, a citizenry unconstrained by class or status, governed only by the sinister topography of the streets and buildings themselves.

Come inside and explore the archive.


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//Stuart Mel Wilson: Dog-Headed Words @ The Unstitute\\


Dates:
Sat Nov 23, 2013 13:10 - Tue Dec 31, 2013

The Unstitute invites you to visit:
Stuart Mel Wilson / Spatio-Mnemonic Residency #1

Please view new materials including videos, letters and poetry: http://theunstitute.org/Participation/Spatio_Mnemonic/Extensions.Stuart.Mel.Wilson.html

"...all part of me are dyslexic so are the answers, they show extreme and the are, it a demonstration of the script we all have, which are extreme in are head but still define are action. mixing that and giving my split personalitys there script are part of my own script which define aspects of myself." Stuart Mel Wilson

The residency continues until 31st December 2013

View and apply for project opportunities at The Unstitute: http://theunstitute.org/Extensions.Residency.html

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EVENT

The Unstitute: Mladen Stropnik - Fat & Virtual


Dates:
Fri Nov 15, 2013 15:05 - Sun Dec 15, 2013

THE PROJECTION ROOM

The Projection Room at The Unstitute was created to show experimental video art. Works are selected on the basis of their ability to provoke thought, reaction and engagement on the visual, audible and conceptual levels, whether in a positive or negative fashion. Videos are not selected on the basis of technical merit or aspiration to conventional standards.

Screening #3

Mladen Stropnik

'Fat & Virtual'


15th November - 15th December 2013

http://theunstitute.org/Projection.Room.html
The Unstitute presents Mladen Stropnik's 'Fat and Virtual' - an eclectic collection of short videos that portray the artist and his multiple on-screen personalities.

The Projection Room application details: http://theunstitute.org/Screening.Room.Apply.html

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EVENT

The Unstitute: Screening #2 continues...Rebecca La Marre & Jaakko Pallasvuo


Dates:
Tue Oct 15, 2013 20:10 - Fri Nov 15, 2013

THE PROJECTION ROOM at THE UNSTITUTE

Rebecca La Marre & Jaakko Pallasvuo

'Full Disclosure'

15th October - 15th November 2013


There are now only 15 days remaining to catch Rebecca La Marre & Jaakko Pallasvuo's compelling project 'Full Disclosure', currently showing at The Unstitute's Projection Room.

Full Disclosure was an online collaboration between Jaakko Pallasvuo and Rebecca La Marre, which existed on the Internet between July 29 and August 23, 2012. In a video diary, La Marre claimed to have been making work as Pallasvuo since 2011, and the artists’ websites were interchanged.

Screening until 15th November 2013

http://www.theunstitute.org/Projection.Room.html

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Future Projection Room screenings include Mladen Stropnik, FUTURE DEATH TOLL, Dawn Nye, Toby Tatum, Dakota Gearhart, Matthew Williamson and more to be announced...

If you would like to apply for a screening in the Projection Room, please visit:
http://theunstitute.org/Screening.Room.Apply.html

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EVENT

Rebecca La Marre & Jaakko Pallasvuo at the Projection Room


Dates:
Tue Oct 15, 2013 11:05 - Fri Nov 15, 2013

THE PROJECTION ROOM

The Projection Room at The Unstitute was created to show experimental video art. Works are selected on the basis of their ability to provoke thought, reaction and engagement on the visual, audible and conceptual levels, whether in a positive or negative fashion. Videos are not selected on the basis of technical merit or aspiration to conventional standards.

Screening #2

Rebecca La Marre & Jaakko Pallasvuo

'Full Disclosure'


15th October - 15th November 2013

http://theunstitute.org/Projection.Room.html

'Full Disclosure' was an online collaboration between Jaakko Pallasvuo and Rebecca La Marre, which existed on the Internet between July 29 and August 23, 2012. In a video diary, La Marre claimed to have been making work as Pallasvuo since 2011, and the artists’ websites were interchanged.


The Projection Room application details: http://theunstitute.org/Screening.Room.Apply.html

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https://www.facebook.com/TheUnstitute

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http://theunstitute.org/Anti.Chamber.html