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- British Council Travel Grant Fund
I have received a grant from British Council Travel Grant Fund to travel to the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2015. They will be showing Departure of All and Text Trends.
- 44th International Film Festival Rotterdam
The 44th International Film Festival Rotterdam will take place 21 January – 1 February 2015, and include Departure of All and Text Trends in the Signals: 24/7 programme. 24/7 will focus on the changing world & technology, and how the attention economy is affecting our … continue reading
- Text Trends newspapers for The Open Data Institute
An edition of four Text Trends newspaper issues for the inaugural Open Data Institute exhibition Data As Culture. Published over six months, the newspapers were free for visitors to the Open Data Institute office. Now available for backorder with The Newspaper Club ISSN 2051-6126 Legal … continue reading
- Data Soliloquies book review on Furtherfield by Pau Waelder
Book review by Pau Waelder – 03/02/2010 Data Soliloquies is a book about the extraordinary cultural fluidity of scientific data Data Soliloquies Richard Hamblyn and Martin John Callanan London: Slade Press, 2009 112 pages ISBN 978-0903305044 Although much has been said about C.P. Snow’s concept of a … continue reading
- Text Trends: FutureEverything 2013 newspaper
FutureEverything in Manchester commissioned a special issue of the Text Trends Newspaper to be given to every delegate at the 2013 Summit.
- Martin John Callanan: On Systems and Processes, full article
Article and interview with Pau Waelder in Art.es #53 Download the full article as PDF
- Data as Culture: Open Day 16 March
Your chance to get hold of issue #3 of Text Trends newspaper. The Open Data Institute (ODI) and MzTEK invite you to the Data as Culture Open Day. The Data as Culture collection is set in the offices of the ODI, and aims to … continue reading
- Text Trends newspaper: Environmental
The second issue of Text Trends newspaper, looking at environmental data, will be available in limited numbers from 14 January 2013 at The Open Data Institute. Over the past twenty years, global climate change has emerged as the overarching narrative of our age, uniting a … continue reading
- BYO Lunchtime Lectures at ODI: Data as Culture
Data as Culture from theODI 11 January 2013, 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm The Open Data Institute, 65 Clifton St, Shoreditch, London Borough of Hackney, EC2A, UK Introducing Friday Lunchtime Lectures at the Open Data Institute. You bring your lunch, we provide tea & coffee, … continue reading
- Text Trends newspaper series for the launch of The Open Data Institute
To celebrate the launch of The Open Data Institute, a new series of Text Trends in newspaper form will be available for from November 2012 to May 2013 at the ODI HQ in London, and added to their art collection: 20Hz (2011) Semiconductor Body 01000010011011110110010001111001 (2012) Stanza … continue reading
- Merkske at London Art Book Fair, Whitchapel Gallery, 21–23 September 2012
Merkske will be with Slade Press for the fourth edition of The London Art Book Fair at the Whitechapel Gallery, it takes place from the 21–23 September 2012. Merkske published Text Trends: Though Text Trends, Martin John Callanan deals with the spectacularization of information. Using … continue reading
- books at London Open, Whitechapel Gallery
Text Trends, Letters 2004-06 and Data Soliloquies at the London Open
- Global, solo exhibition at Casal Solleric, March – June 2012
A solo exhibition across six spaces at Casal Solleric, the city of Palma’s contemporary art gallery and archive, including two new works. Ten years in the making, and shown here for the fist time, Grounds, an archive of thousands of photographs of the ground in … continue reading
- Global, Casal Solleric, press archive
The PDF press archive for Global at Casal Solleric solo exhibition (mainly in Castellano with some machine-translation to English).
- Global, Casal Solleric
Global, a solo exhibition at Casal Solleric, the City of Palma’s contemporary art gallery.
- Text Trends book out now with Merkske
Though Text Trends, Martin John Callanan deals with the spectacularization of information. Using Google data he explores the vast search data of its users. An animation takes the content generated by search queries and reduces this process to its essential elements: search terms vs. frequency … continue reading
- The Achive of Digital Art (Database of Virtual Art)
Five works accessioned to The Achive of Digital Art (Database of Virtual Art) documents the rapidly evolving field of digital installation art. This complex, research-oriented overview of immersive, interactive, telematic and genetic art has been developed in cooperation with established media artists, researchers and institutions. … continue reading
- We Dream in Database
We Dream in Database (2010) Rhizome Curated Exhibition by Will Felker ‘We Dream in Database’ is ordered under the aegis of Lev Manovich’s opinion (as outlined in his text, “Database as Symbolic Form”) that databases present what would ordinarily be imagined. The works contain many … continue reading
- Human Nature
Human Nature (2009) Rhizome Curated Exhibition by dhlorish This exhibit looks at various representations of basic aspects of human nature. At it’s core it looks the increasing private public lives, and private life. It also confronts the human’s nature simply question and question authority.
- Data Soliloquies
Data Soliloquies is a book about the extraordinary cultural fluidity of scientific data. A wide array of graphs, charts, computer models and other forms of visual advocacy have become inescapable fixtures of public science presentations, though they are often treated as if they were neutral … continue reading
- Text Trends in IDFA doclab 2008
- Text Trends – Rhizome ArtBase
Text Trends has been stored into the Rhizome ArtBase
- Text Trends – Infosthetics
second review for Text Trends at Infosthetics
- Text Trends
Greg at Serial Consign has written a review of my new work Text Trends … In experiencing the piece, the viewer sits idly and watches animations plot out the ebb and flow (or lack thereof) of a series of search terms over the last four … continue reading
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