‘did you feel it?’ A SYMPOSIUM ON DIGITAL INTERFACES AND THEIR AFFECT

The Premise of the symposium   The symposium “did you feel it ?” will approach the concern of how affect manifests through technology, by taking the idea of the interface as a way of understanding the creation and mediation of affective forces and their influence on our social, political and artistic encounters. Affect can be […]

Our Techno Jouissance – Published on onlineopen.org

Our Techno Jouissance – How Could Intelligent and Affectively Orientated Technologies Effect the Brain? Availible at Open!  This essay (part of the Open! Co-Op Academy project “did you feel it?”) is concerned with how affective forces move through our technological encounters and how technology itself can alter these, as well as their perception within our brain. […]

Running on Cruise Control at ‘do the right thing’ [DAI, Arnhem]

To complete my time at the DAI, I colaborated with Alex Jeoronymides-norie to make Running a cruise control, a sound work, a poem and a performance. The video will soon be available, until then there are some images below. The Blurb from the catalogue: The Garden Thrives by Jam city is a severe and grating […]

BioSymphony @ Summerhall, Edinburgh Science Festival

Bio-Symphony: Oliver Jennings and Sarah Jones, curated by Ben Burtenshaw In 2014 Oliver Jennings researched the life cycles of plants at Devodama, a plant research institute in Italy. Whilst there Jennings developed a sound work that using Devodama’s technology analyses the electrical impedance of a plant, and applies correlating audio to its fluctuations. For the […]

NEWS: To Make a Work ~ Molecular Revolutions, São Paulo

To Make a Work is a long running educational program, curated by Grant Watson and a part of The DAI’s Roaming academy. I took part in a trip to São Paulo, Brazil in order to Research Molecular revolutions and develop a work in progress, that we exhibited at Casa do Povo. “This project will take […]