marc garrett
Since the beginning
Works in London United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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BIO
Net artist, media artist, curator, writer, street artist, activist, educationalist and musician. Emerging in the late 80's from the streets exploring creativity via agit-art tactics. Using unofficial, experimental platforms such as the streets, pirate radio such as the locally popular 'Savage Yet Tender' alternative broadcasting 1980's group, net broadcasts, BBS systems, performance, intervention, events, pamphlets, warehouses and gallery spaces. In the early nineties, was co-sysop (systems operator) for a while with Heath Bunting on Cybercafe BBS, dedicated to arts, technology and hacking.

Co-director and co-founder, with artist Ruth Catlow of the net arts collectives and communities- furtherfield.org, furthernoise.org, netbehaviour.org, also cofounder and co-curator/director of the gallery space called HTTP Gallery in London, UK. Currently involved in co-running, collaborating with many others on Node.London. Also co-curating various contemporary Media Arts exhibitions, nationally and Internationally such as Game/play a touring exhibiton.
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Archive of Furtherfield radio interviews/broadcasts on Resonance FM 2010 – 2011.


Archive of Furtherfield radio interviews/broadcasts on Resonance FM 2010 – 2011.

These critically acclaimed broadcasts on Resonance FM, ran from 2010 – 2011. The live weekly series were an hour long. These interviews featured people working at the edge of contemporary practices, in art, technology & social change; discussing events and controversies, exhibitions, artworks and their aesthetic and social contexts. Also showcasing music and noise. Regularly joined by a rolling team of co-hosts, Ruth Catlow, Irini Papdimitriou, Jonathan Munro & Charlotte Frost.

This is a historical and valuable resource of (live) interviews featuring a diverse group of individuals and groups engaged in arts and technology and its cultural production.

http://marcgarrett.org/selected-radio-interviews-by-marc-garrett-2010-2011/

Featuring: Rob Myers, Katrin Baumgarten, Penny Travlou, Karsten Schmidt, Daniel Hirschmann, Jake Harries, Felicie d’Estienne d’Orves, Simon Poulter, Ellie Harrison, Stanza, Stuart Bowditch, Eleonora Oreggia aka XNAME, Christian Kerrigan, Art is Open Source (AOS), Monica Biagioli, Elisa Rose, Gary Danner from Station Rose, Madi Boyd, from Mute Magazine, Josephine berry & Anthony Iles, Jonathan Munro, Gareth Goodison, Parag K Mital, University for Strategic Optimism, Genetic Moo, John Wild, Olga Panades Massanet & Vincent Van Uffelen, from Class Wargames Richard Barbrook and Fabian Tompsett, Tine Bech, Joseph Young, sketchPatch, IOCOSE, Owen Bowden, Mary Flanagan, Anna Dumitriu, Tom Keene, Simon Park, Deena DeNaro, Hellicar & Lewis, Stuart Home, Richard Wright, Jon Thompson & Alison Craighead, Corrado Morgana, Jim Prevet, Kassia Molga, Pete Gomes, Nick Lambert, Lottie Child, Space Makers Agency, Danja Vasiliev, James Wallbank & Steve Withington from Access Space, Douglas Dodds (V&A), Sophie Macdonald & Sally Northmore (Mztek).

This archive is part of a larger collection of files Marc Garrett is compiling on his own blog ‘An Imaginative Dissent in Art, Technology and Social Change’ (http://marcgarrett.org/). A resource of materials relating to his research for his PhD at Department of History of Art & Screen Media, Birkbeck University.

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_MON3Y AS AN 3RRROR | MON3Y.US | net art's depictions of "Money As Error"


_MON3Y AS AN 3RRROR | MON3Y.US | net art's depictions of "Money As Error"

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Review Rob Myers.

After the credit crunch, quantitative easing, austerity and the Bitcoin bubble a new online show takes a comprehensive look at the history of net art's depictions of "Money As Error". What themes and subjects emerge from _MON3Y AS AN 3RRROR | MON3Y.US, and has it bitten off more than it can chew with work by almost 200 artists?

http://www.furtherfield.org/features/reviews/mon3y-3rrror-mon3yus

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Time & Motion at FACT: Punchcard Protocol and Creative Capital in our "Modern Times"


Time & Motion at FACT: Punchcard Protocol and Creative Capital in our "Modern Times

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Rachel Falconer reviews the exhibition ‘Time & Motion: Redefining Working Life’ at FACT in Liverpool.

“Taking the archival stimulus of time and motion measurement as its title and industrial work patterns as a starting point, the exhibition Time & Motion is the latest in a series of exhibitions and symposia addressing immaterial labour and new working patterns in the age of globalisation and creative capital. Rather than following the well-trodden path of casting the figure of the artist as digital labourer, or attempting to portray an expansive, post-colonial view of nomadic, labouring diasporas, Time and Motion reflects a subversive and fragmented approach to the politics of work, rest and play within the global information economy.”

http://www.furtherfield.org/features/reviews/time-motion-fact-punchcard-protocol-and-creative-capital-our-modern-times

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Interview with Art Award winner Katerina Athanasoppulou: Emigration and the Crisis


Interview with Art Award winner Katerina Athanasoppulou: Emigration and the Crisis.

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Eva Kekou interviews Katerina Athanasoppulou about her film Apodemy commissioned by The Onassis Cultural Center on the theme of Emigration for Visual Dialogues 2012, and her hybrid art practice of live action, animation and film. In 2013 Athanasoppulou won the Lumen Prize, described by the Guardian as "The World's Pre-eminent Digital Art Prize". She works as an Animation Director, collaborates with other artists and companies, and is an Animation Lecturer at the London College of Communication.

http://www.furtherfield.org/features/interviews/interview-art-award-winner-katerina-athanasoppulou-emigration-and-crisis

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Agit Disco VS The Zombie Apocalypse


Agit Disco VS The Zombie Apocalypse

Agit Disco reviewed by Marc Garrett.

The subtle and not so subtle domination by market interests of cultural production and dialogue denies us all access to a wide spectrum of creative expression, especially those that engage in subjects that conflict with the agendas of those in power. Agit Disco by Stefan Szczelkun published on Mute combats this contemporary trend by focusing on music, politics, DIY culture, and freedom of expression.

http://www.furtherfield.org/features/reviews/agit-disco-vs-zombie-apocalypse