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Re-making the Internet

By | October 10th, 2016|blog|

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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A Month of MoCC in Exeter

By | April 7th, 2016|activities|

Open 10:00 - 18:00 Weds-Sat 4th - 21st May 2016 87 Fore St, Exeter EX46RT FIND US HERE
Explore connections between date, trade, place and values by joining one of our lively, and entertaining digital hacktivist workshops, drop-in activities and film screenings running in our shop-gallery and at partner venues in Exeter city centre throughout May.

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Messy activities and impossible objects

By | March 24th, 2016|news|

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 invites the people of Exeter to help her re-make the internet from scratch, during a series of workshops in which participants will be asked to replicate their favourite digital spaces and internet objects using low-value, analogue craft materials. She will also be […]

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Cuppa Data research labs with Autonomous Tech Fetish

By | March 24th, 2016|activities|

Hungry for information or suffering data indigestion? Drop-in to Exeter Library Cafe or Sid’s Cafe, St Sidwell’s Centre on 30th & 31st March to help Autonomous Tech Fetish as they explore how we consume data and how it consumes us. It will be refreshing, different and fun!

Autonomous Tech Fetish are a London based collective of artists, technical tinkerers, and thinkers. They work with playful and critical approaches to digital data and new […]

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