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Meme Wars: Internet culture and the alt-right Revenge of the Pepe

19/04/17

As part of FACT’s programme of events following the opening of How much of this is fiction., Florian Cramer, an expert in the fields of Communication in the Digital Age and Cultural Diversity held a l…
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Artist, Mark Titchner, speaks to us about his project, ‘What is it that you want more than anything else?’

13/04/17

Artist, Mark Titchner, speaks to us about his work on our Networked Narrative project, 'What I want more than anything else' Can you describe the thinking behind the project and the artworks that have…
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Reflections on The Yes Men's Share the Safety

16/03/17

Words by Sandra Edwards. Share the safety is an ironic promotional piece which is one and a half minutes in length. The work is very elaborate in its making, as it started in June 2016 not long after …
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Symposium: Tactical Media Connections

08/03/17

As part of the exhibition opening day programme for the new show How much of this is fiction., FACT organised a discussion event between co-curator David Garcia, research professor Florian Cramer, art…
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Summary of the opening of our new exhibition How much of this is fiction.

08/03/17

FACT Blogger Eibhlin Kissack shares her thoughts on the opening day of our new exhibition How much of this is fiction.  How much of this is fiction. officially opened to the public last week, followin…
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Interview with David Garcia, co-curator of How much of this is fiction.

27/02/17

David Garcia, co-curator of our new exhibition How much of this is fiction. and Professor of Digital Arts and Media Activism, speaks to us about what visitors can expect from the show and how the them…
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Veterans in Practice: Visiting Reading Jail

23/02/17

Prisons were and remain a place for a societies to hide their mistakes, the unsightly repercussions of their own unbalanced systems, actions and values, their shame - the waste products of an economic…
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