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The Two billionth... - Ltd edition print on sale via Locws International
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We are included in the exhibition Hey, I’m Mr Poetic at Wysing Arts Centre, 13 April - 1 June
The show includes work by: Aaron Angell, Ed Atkins, Jonathan Baldock, Edwin Burdis, Jordan Baseman, Nicolas Deshayes, Michael Dean, Emma Hart, Jess Flood-Paddock, Andy Holden, David Kefford, Kate Owens, Juneau Projects, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Laure Prouvost, Florian Roithmayr, Giles Round, Soheila Sokhanvari, Jamie Shovlin, Ash Summers, Caroline Wendling, Ben Wilson and Jesse Wine.
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We have also been working with the Circuit group at Wysing to create the latest version on our open exhibition project I Am The Warrior - submission details can be found here. See previous versions here.

We are included in the exhibition Hey, I’m Mr Poetic at Wysing Arts Centre, 13 April - 1 June

The show includes work by: Aaron Angell, Ed Atkins, Jonathan Baldock, Edwin Burdis, Jordan Baseman, Nicolas Deshayes, Michael Dean, Emma Hart, Jess Flood-Paddock, Andy Holden, David Kefford, Kate Owens, Juneau Projects, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Laure Prouvost, Florian Roithmayr, Giles Round, Soheila Sokhanvari, Jamie Shovlin, Ash Summers, Caroline Wendling, Ben Wilson and Jesse Wine.

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We have also been working with the Circuit group at Wysing to create the latest version on our open exhibition project I Am The Warrior - submission details can be found here. See previous versions here.

I Am The Warrior - Wysing

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A documentary about our exhibition Welcome to Happy Redoubt at the Inigo Rooms, Somerset House, London in 2013.

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Welcome to Happy Redoubt

6 November – 15 December
Wednesday 12.00-20.00, Thursday-Sunday 12.00-18.00

Inigo Rooms
Somerset House East Wing
Strand
London
WC2R 1LS

A collaboration between staff and students at King’s College London and Juneau Projects, developed with UP Projects.

The exhibition takes the form of a post-apocalyptic marketplace, guarded by ominous robots, with stalls and live events created by staff and students of King’s College, London. Visitors can earn currency by working at arts and craft jobs in the marketplace. The currency can be exchanged for goods and services.

A King’s Cultural Institute commission, in partnership with UP Projects.

Marketplace photo by Jana Chiellino

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Chapel of the Infocalypse

18 - 26th Oct 2013

Sincil Street, Pop Up shop

38-47 Sincil Street Lincoln, LN5 7ET

Our new exhibition at General Practice in Lincon, part of Frequency Festival, 18 - 26th Oct 2013.

Performance at 5pm 18th Oct.

'Chapel of the Infocalypse' imagines a world after an informational and technological breakdown. Fragments of surviving technology are collected by the new society and attain the status of cult worship. In 'Chapel of the Infocalypse', some of the most prosaic technological remnants have been saved and adapted to form the centrepiece of the shop-front chapel; namely the sounders from musical greetings cards.

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New Print Available
As part of our new commission for Art Across the City we have produced a print which is available from Locws International. 

New Print Available

As part of our new commission for Art Across the City we have produced a print which is available from Locws International. 

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The Two billionth, one hundred and forty-seven millionth, four hundred and eighty-three thousandth, six hundred and forty-seventh
Part of Art Across the City, 6th Sept - 6th Oct, Swansea, UK.
The title of this new series of sculptures refers to the largest number that most computer systems can use as an integer for, amongst other things, dates, which could lead to the ‘year 2038 problem' - a possible technological disaster.
The piece is based on the idea of survivors of a catastrophic event brought about by the 2038 problem trying to understand the technological world that came before them and using nature imagery to interpret it. In the same we that we use figurative imagery to name elements of computer systems, such as Wizard, Demon or Bug, and we use graphic conventions to represent data visually, these survivors are creating a cult around what they perceive as the lost data of the previous civilisation. The birds are like system Demons or Bugs, distributing or pecking away at data objects represented by the geometric objects.

The Two billionth, one hundred and forty-seven millionth, four hundred and eighty-three thousandth, six hundred and forty-seventh

Part of Art Across the City, 6th Sept - 6th Oct, Swansea, UK.

The title of this new series of sculptures refers to the largest number that most computer systems can use as an integer for, amongst other things, dates, which could lead to the ‘year 2038 problem' - a possible technological disaster.

The piece is based on the idea of survivors of a catastrophic event brought about by the 2038 problem trying to understand the technological world that came before them and using nature imagery to interpret it. In the same we that we use figurative imagery to name elements of computer systems, such as Wizard, Demon or Bug, and we use graphic conventions to represent data visually, these survivors are creating a cult around what they perceive as the lost data of the previous civilisation. The birds are like system Demons or Bugs, distributing or pecking away at data objects represented by the geometric objects.

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Vegetable Quest
3 Sept - 31 Dec 2013
 Library of Birmingham, Cambridge St, Birmingham, B1 2EP
A new commission for the Library of Birmingham Discovery season, produced by Capsule. Part of an ongoing series of works that explore the role of creativity in society by imagining the artefacts that a post-apocalyptic culture would produce. Vegetable Quest draws on ideas of global disasters in literature to produce a series of agricultural totems that survivors might create to guard their subsistence crops.
The piece is sited on the 3rd floor terrace. View the full Discovery season programme here.

Vegetable Quest

3 Sept - 31 Dec 2013

Library of Birmingham, Cambridge St, Birmingham, B1 2EP

A new commission for the Library of Birmingham Discovery season, produced by Capsule. Part of an ongoing series of works that explore the role of creativity in society by imagining the artefacts that a post-apocalyptic culture would produce. Vegetable Quest draws on ideas of global disasters in literature to produce a series of agricultural totems that survivors might create to guard their subsistence crops.

The piece is sited on the 3rd floor terrace. View the full Discovery season programme here.

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Square Wave

19 July - 3 Aug
Instruments by Brian Duffy of Modified Toy Orchestra and Juneau Projects

A3 Project Space and Studios
Unit A3, 2 Bowyer Street
Digbeth
Birmingham
B10 0SA

Update: images of the exhibition can be seen here.

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 I am the Warrior - mini version13 - 27 July 2013We have a small scale version of the I am the Warrior  open exhibition project showing alongside the Worcester Open, Worcester City Museum and Art Gallery, Worcester.

 I am the Warrior - mini version

13 - 27 July 2013
We have a small scale version of the I am the Warrior  open exhibition project showing alongside the Worcester Open, Worcester City Museum and Art Gallery, Worcester.

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