• New World Order

    New World Order – a group exhibition curated by Furtherfield is presented at Aksioma Project Space, Ljubljana!

  • Exploitation Forensics by SHARE Lab at Aksioma, Ljubljana

    Exploitation Forensics by SHARE Lab is a collection of maps and documents which explore the invisible layers of technological black boxes, exposing various forms of hidden labour and the exploitation of material resources and data. Coming to Aksioma!

  • Announcing new Blockchain art commission: Clickmine by S Friend

    Furtherfield is delighted to announce the selection of S Friend's Clickmine for a new co-commission with NEoN Digital Arts Festival.

  • Conference on identity and authorship in the age of networks

    The conference Proper and Improper Names, investigated the problems of identity and authorship in the age of networks, at Kino Šiška, Ljubljana.

  • The Other Nefertiti – The exhibition of a museum hack

    The Other Nefertiti by Nora Al-Badri and Jan Nikolai Nelles is a museum hack and an attempt to contribute to the public domain by 3D scanning a masterpiece from the past and releasing its digital copy, allowing everybody to use it. The exhibition is open through October at Aksioma, Ljubljana

  • The Girl Who Became a Corporation

    One month before the opening of the exhibition Jennifer Lyn Morone™ Inc. in Filodrammatica Gallery, Rijeka, its author – Jennifer Lyn Morone – gave a lecture about using design as a medium to catalyze social justice. Comparative examples of past and present designs for justices and injustices were examined as well as tactics and methodologies to be employed when designing disobedience.

  • Narratives on the age of non-human actors

    In a “world without us” humans will be replaced by machines, artificial intelligences will be optimized by other AIs and algorithms will be programmed by other self-learning algorithms.This new era, which has already begun, albeit imperceptibly, is the age of non-human actors.


    The CryptoDetectorist – coins, trades & hoards. A new call for proposals asks artists "While archaeology has often understood cultures through excavations of hoards and coins, what will today’s digital currencies tell future archaeologists about the way we live and trade?". Deadline for submissions 4th September 2017.

  • “…” an archeology of silence in the digital age by Christoph Wachter & Mathias Jud in Aksioma, Ljubljana

    Christoph Wachter and Mathias Jud focus on the different forms of silence that prevail on the Internet. With their work, they aim to undermine power structures while also developing tools and systems of communication for those in need.

  • Artists take a critical look at life after the blockchain

    Artists featured in the NEW WORLD ORDER exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery explore how blockchain technologies invite dramatic new conceptions of global governance and economy, that could permanently enrich or demote the role of humans - depending on who you talk to.