The Digital Garden
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POSTmatter x fig-2
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Introducing our exhibition at fig-2, a programme of 50 exhibitions in 50 weeks, in which we explore the natural landscape in a postdigital age
Dark Psytrance
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Live Writing: Artist Iain Ball delves into hippy subculture and the Eden Saga to challenge preconceptions about the natural landscape
A never-ending virtual performance
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Webchat: John Gerrard discusses working with computer simulation and challenging cinematic convention with independent curator Alex Ross
In the Future, They Ate from the Finest Porcelain
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Artwork: Myth and history collide in our preview of Larissa Sansour's short film, exploring the politicised archeology of Israel and Palestine's geography
Ice cold: an ecosystem eats itself
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Live Writing: The perilous cooling cycles of glaciers and fridges are woven together, as Milika Mutitu, Director of Cell Project Space, responds to our at the ICA Studio
What lies beneath
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Webchat: Emma Charles and Sarah Williams discuss unseen infrastructures and the Anthropocene
Flying high
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Matthew Flintham's military pastoral geometries delicately reveal the underlying relationships between politics, power and the British countryside
Ghost hunting across New Zealand
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Artwork: Evan Roth scans the radio frequencies of a fibre-optic cable network on a newly built 'ghost box', mixing the digital with the unearthly
A sentimental journey across Google Maps
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Live Writing: Join Orit Gat on a virtual trip down memory lane as she reminisces on the familiar places from her past
Can you believe your eyes?
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Webchat: Mark Dorf and Hannah Gregory ask just how 'natural' depictions of the natural landscape really are, whether mediated by painting, photography or digital tools
Intimate fragments of language
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Live Writing: Alice Butler feels vulnerable and on show as she responds to our exhibition. Focusing on a photograph by Emma Charles, she unpicks her own performance
Minimal maps
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Sam Jacob, co-founder and former director of globally acclaimed FAT Architecture, traces an unusual path across Britain's roads
See it my way
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Live Writing: In a video game, who is really in control? Lawrence Lek responds to our exhibition, tracing the development of the first person perspective in computer games
Adventures of a Genre
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Artwork: The life cycle of a grain of sand is imagined by Tyler Coburn, as new technology is manufactured, consumed and disposed of at an ever-faster rate
Publishing futures
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Webchat: Sophie Lovell of uncube magazine and POSTmatter’s Louise Benson discuss online publishing and digital futures
A mass writing experiment open to all
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Live Writing: Daniel Rourke opens up his online document to co-editors from around the world
Raining on the Digital Winter Garden
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Live Writing: Past, present and future are linked together in the Winter Garden by Michael Newman, Professor of Art Writing at Goldsmiths
Micro and Macro
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Natural and artificial collide in Rachel Pimm's exploration of the visual similarities of plant cells and golf courses, forging a newly hybridised sense of scale
The soundscapes of Fukushima
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Webchat: Fatos Ustek talks to artist Jacob Kirkegaard about Stigma, his audiovisual examination of the natural landscape surrounding the disabled nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan
A collective writing experiment
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Pushing the boundaries of online publishing, our exhibition at the ICA Studio culminated in a collaborative piece by Shama Khanna, Lawrence Lek, Fatos Ustek and Louise Benson
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