This travelling digital artwork pops up at at Great Northern Warehouse as part of Imperial War Museum's Yemen: Inside a Crisis exhibition.
This travelling digital artwork pops up at at Manchester Piccadilly Station as part of Imperial War Museum's Yemen: Inside a Crisis exhibition.
An immersive art installation in an underground hidden location
Calling all artists, technologists, thinkers and tinkerers – join us for ALTERNATE FUTURES LAB to debate, create and design the future of Greater Manchester
Join FutureEverything at Distractions — a new tech, music and creativity summit for Greater Manchester
Join us 2-8 July for Future Sessions: Atmospheric Memory, a programme of talks, walking tours and conversations exploring the themes and technologies of Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's breathtaking new work, Atmospheric Memory
The Air of Turbulence is a day of debates, conversations and participatory sessions exploring ideas of digital heritage, future histories and voices in the context of the Cloud, ownership, power and control
90-minute walking tour tracing the history of ‘mechanical manifestation’ in Manchester
A conversation about the origins and making of this extraordinary sensory experience.
A unique opportunity to join artist, scientist and polymath Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and his team in a masterclass exploring the technologies behind Atmospheric Memory.
A workshop exploring how artistic methods can be used to engage with issues of trust, transparency and bias in algorithmic and data systems in the IoT.
A roundtable discussion and participatory session with provocations from experts addressing issues around transparency in data systems and the IoT.
Join us at Hatch as we launch this travelling digital artwork with Imperial War Museum North, Reform Radio and the artists themselves.
Human actions have shaped a new geological age and brought the world to a point of crisis. We need to find new ways to manage Earth’s resources to overcome the dependencies of the industrial age
On the cusp of its 50th anniversary, FutureEverything were invited to design and curate a digital festival for Singapore