Machine Project

Mark Allen

  Machine Project was founded in 2003 as a gallery and community space in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. We collaborate with artists to promote site-specific non-commercial works; provide classes and workshops relating to technology, performance, and other … Continue reading “Machine Project”

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Brooklyn Brainery

Jen Messier and J Soma

  The Brainery is a community classroom for all of New York City. We want to connect passionate amateur teachers with students looking for an introduction to a topic. We aim for breadth of topics rather than depth, a focus … Continue reading “Brooklyn Brainery”

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Anhoek School

mary walling blackburn

  Sputiamo su Hegel! We spit on Hegel — Carla Lonzi, Roman, of Rivolta Femminile[1]. Anhoek School is both art project and roving educational experiment. It disrespects some of its elders; it spits on Hegel (in the spirit of Rivolta … Continue reading “Anhoek School”

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SOMA

carla herrera-prats

  SOMA is a non-profit experimental arts organization conceived to nurture discussion and exchange in the field of contemporary art and education in Mexico City. SOMA’s mission is to provide a forum for dialog among Mexican and international artists and … Continue reading “SOMA”

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Impact: an Introduction

Tariq Jazeel

The new system for assessing the quality of research produced by institutions of higher education in the UK and the academics they employ will be known as the “Research Excellence Framework” (REF). Replacing the “Research Assessment Exercise” (RAE), the inaugural … Continue reading “Impact: an Introduction”

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