Last July, we invited 15 NYC public high school students and 14 teachers to join us for Digital Day Camp (DDC17), our youth-focused, intensive, art and technology summer program. The program is back in 2018! See highlights from our 2017 program here >>>
On January 20, 2018, the first anniversary of the Trump administration, conceptual artists LigoranoReese are melting a 2,000 pound ice sculpture of the word Truth in the garden of Jim Kempner Fine Art in New York City.
Alum Student Resident Garai Caruth shares his insights about attending 2017 MozFest, which is the world’s leading festival for the open Internet movement and took place in London during the end of October.
BUFU is a collaborative living archive centered around (pan)Black and (pan)Asian cultural and political relationships.
I am an activist and engineer who thinks about networks, power, and policy.
I’m an interdisciplinary artist thinking about blackness, being, and resistance in the context of networked virtual life.
All the work here is driven by an open-source ethos.
Build on old ideas to generate new possibilities.
Technology by artists is a step towards equality and democracy.