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Devastation by men

August 26th, 2017|Comments Off on Devastation by men

Commodities involved: the environment is destroyed (trade away) for pleasure and convenience. It's a non-monetary trade. The trade is enabled by insufficient environmental regulations. People prioritising personal pleasure and traffic over the environment profit. It's [...]

The Human Zoo

August 26th, 2017|Comments Off on The Human Zoo

Commodities involved: the animals and the hunters and the weapons Some evil hunters are capturing animals to put into a zoo to make money from people who visit and look at animals in captivity. They [...]

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Differently Smart – the evolution of MoCC Guide Mikayla

August 21st, 2017|Comments Off on Differently Smart – the evolution of MoCC Guide Mikayla

"If you took me apart, each bit of me would be a commodity. Each of those things have been made by different people in lots of different places. That's an awful lot of work isn't [...]

Re-making the Internet

October 10th, 2016|Comments Off on Re-making the Internet

In May 2016 artist Louise Ashcroft set off a rumour that the internet was going to be re-built from scratch, in the unlikely tech-hub of Exeter. This is what happened next...

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MoCC at the Royal Geographical Society

August 20th, 2017|Comments Off on MoCC at the Royal Geographical Society

MoCC has been invited to inhabit the Pavilion Gallery at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) this 24-27 August bank holiday. It's a bit of a different ambience to the former hairdressers we occupied in [...]

Messy activities and impossible objects

March 24th, 2016|Comments Off on Messy activities and impossible objects

MoCC have commissioned artist Louise Ashcroft and digital tinkerers Autonomous Tech Fetish to make some new conversation works for the MoCC programme of digital and hacktivist activities happening in Exeter in May 2016. Louise Ashcroft [...]

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MoCC was co-founded by artist-researcher Paula Crutchlow from Blind Ditch and Cultural Geographer Ian Cook from and University of Exeter. The project is being developed in partnership with Furtherfield and a growing number of artists, academics, technologists and members of the public. You can join us by contributing to our online collection, visiting our shop-gallery, or taking part in a MoCC talk or walkshop activity. Find out more…