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Currently displaying the most valued commodity. Add your own commodity to the museum, or browse and re-value the full collection here.

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July 1st, 2016|Comments Off on Instacat

Commodities involved: The Instagram value of my cats - how much they're worth in terms of likes. I know that Jack is worth more than Maisy. He gets more likes. I'm profiting because I'm receiving [...]

Freedom Traders

June 30th, 2016|Comments Off on Freedom Traders

Commodities involved: Is there anything that can't be traded? The cops are arresting people, another guy "Mr Smooth" is bribing the cops. It's happening around the world. Doing this broadened what I think about in [...]

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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...

Data Buffet: All You Can Input by Autonomous Tech Fetish

July 25th, 2016|Comments Off on Data Buffet: All You Can Input by Autonomous Tech Fetish

Autonomous Tech Fetish share more about their MoCC commission Data Buffet: All You Can Input at Exeter Library 20th &21st May 2016.

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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 [...]

Artist commissions with MoCC

February 11th, 2016|Comments Off on Artist commissions with MoCC

We are inviting proposals for remote and Exeter sited public encounters that explore urgent questions related to the nexus of data-trade-place-values.

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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…