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Party booby trap round up

So there's just five more days to see Party Booby Trap at Carroll / Fletcher, London.  Thanks so much to everybody who has been in touch with us about it: we really appreciate the comments, feedback and support. If you can't make it before it closes then we have a round up of documentation and some reviews detailed below.

A video interview and tour of the exhibition:

and a bunch of pics here:

and some reviews, interviews etc:

Crack magazine:

Time Out London:



Top seven exhibition in London, May 2016 from Fad magazine:

Party Booby Trap | Carroll / Fletcher

SAVE THE DATE! On Wednesday April 13th our new exhibition at Carroll / Fletcher will be opening.  Please save the date and do come along from 6pm+.  It's called Party Booby Trap  and will include a bunch of new and recent work all showing in London for the first time.  The exhibition runs from 14th April until 28th May 2016.   You can read and download the press release here:

And a quick February round up:- You can also still see our work in the following exhibitions in UK and Spain:

- More Songs Of Innocence And Of Experience in Electronic Superhighway at Whitechapel Gallery, London (until 15th May)

- Our flypostered London Wall & narrative clock Horizon in Big Bang Data (extended until 20th March) at Somerset House, London

- Corruption lenticular lightboxes and poetry machine Stutterer in Right Here Right Now at The Lowry, Salford (until 28th February)

- And finally Horizon again in REAL TIME at Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona (until 10th April)


We're showing More Songs of Innocence And Of Experience at The Whitechapel Gallery as part of the survey show Electronic Superhighway.  The exhibition features the work of more than seventy artists and opens on Friday 29th January. You can find more information here:

and you can find out more about, More Songs of Innocence And Of Experience here:

More Songs of Innocence And Of Experience was originally commissioned in 2012 by Film and Video Umbrella, London

REAL TIME | Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona

We're showing our live webcam clock Horizon in the exhibition Real Time, Art en temps real opening next week at Arts Santa Monica in Barcelona and curated by Pau Waelder. Please go take a look if you are lucky enough to be in Barcelona.

Exhibition dates: 28.01.2016 - 10.04.2016

Participating artists: Guillem Bayo, Clara Boj i Diego Díaz, Martin John Callanan, Grégory Chatonsky, Thierry Fournier, Varvara Guljajeva i Mar Canet, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Nicolas Maigret, Katie Paterson, Antoine Schmitt, Thomson and Craighead, Addie Wagenknecht, Carlo Zanni

You can find more information about the exhibition (in Spanish and Catalan) here:

You can find our more about Horizon here:

Art, Photography, & Technology | The Photographers' Gallery, London

We're part of a panel discussion at The Photographers Gallery on Friday 4th December starting at 7pm. The title of the panel is Networked Images: Art, Photography & Technology and as part of it we'll be talking a bit about our recent work.  Please do come along if you're in London.  Oh and the event is Free but you do need to book on eventbrite.  More info on the event and another rsvp link if you follow this link:


We're showing a London Wall & our webcam clock Horizon as part of Big Bang Data exhibition opening at Somerset House in London on 3rd December.

Other artists include: Brendan Dawes, Ellie Harrison, Eric Fischer, Erica Scourti, Eva and Franco Mattes,  Ingo Günther, Jaime Serra, James Bridle, Jonathan Harris, Julian Oliver, Julie Freeman, Laura Poitras, Lisa Jevbratt, Ryoji Ikeda, The Long Now Foundation, Timo Arnall and more....

More info at:

Stutterer & Corruption | The Lowry

We are showing Stutterer and some of our Corruption series as part of a group exhibition opening at The Lowry this week called Right here right now. The exhibition runs from Sat 14 November - Sun 28 February and there is an online catalogue too.

Atists include; Daniel Rozin, Robert Henke, Branger Briz, Julie Freeman, Mishka Henner, Stephanie Rothenberg, Felicity Hammond, Ed Carter, Joe Hamilton’s, Nikki Pugh, Eva and Franco Mattes, Elly Clarke and Timo Arnall.

More info:

Temporary Index at HUMlab Umeå

This week we've been working at the fabulous HUMlab in Umeå, Sweden developing a new art work called A temporary index

A temporary index
is a system of decorative counters that mark significant sites of nuclear waste on our planet.  These are all sites that require provisions that must last from a few decades to hundreds of thousands of years and our system will attempt to count these time periods for each identified site creating a map of human influence concerning deep time.

A prototype was exhibited in Sapporo, Japan last year at Oyoyo project space, but we have been constructing a database here at HUMlab that will allow us to map a host of repositories, accident sites and entombed research reactors from all over the world.  A version of this work will be part of a touring exhibition next year curated by Ele Carpenter initially for the Bildmuseet also in Umeå. 

More about: HUMlab; | Bildmuseet; | Nuclear culture project; | Oyoyo Art Centre;