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DAY 3 - Tuesday, 13 March 2006 @ Mediashed, Southend-on-Sea, Essex.
Today was the turn of Harwood to talk about his plans for the Art for Shopping Centre project, Net Monster.
To start with Harwood introduces the National Heritage installation because of its dialogue about race and racialisation and as an introduction to Mongrel history (viewed on a projector).
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DAY 1 - Sunday, 11 March 2006 @ Mediashed, Southend-on-Sea, Essex.
Those present were:
Drew Hemment: Future Everything (CIC). DJ & events organiser - Futuresonic. Social diversity and interactions
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DAY 2 - Monday, 12 March 2006 @ Mediashed, Southend-on-Sea, Essex.
Those present were the same as Day One:
Today was the turn of Kathirine Moriwaki to talk about her plans for her Art for Shopping Centre project. She started with discussions on migrations, social integration and sense of identity, and also about contemporary US culture, incorporating the Internet, gaming and technology. Informal culture from such things as the environment, skateboarding, surfing, shopping / consumerism and decoupled identities. She talked about a shift of perspectives within racial, cultural, class and language and the friction at points of intersection between these perspectives/intersection of concerns. Infrastructure and systems was also a topic including media systems as art and structural characteristics of ad hoc WiFi networks.
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Thirty years after Brian Eno's Music For Airports, Futuresonic presents Art For Shopping Centres, exhibition of major, world premier artworks, after which you will never look at a shopping centre the same again. Art For Shopping Centres is the centrepiece of Urban Play, continuing Futuresonic's focus since 2004 on taking artworks out of the galleries and into urban space.
Workshops: 11-13th March 2007 @ Mediashed, Southend.
Festival and Exhibition: 10-12th May 2007 @ Arndale Centre, Manchester