Projects

Current

Cryptobar @ Goldsmiths Library

10th June 2017 to 31st July 2017 Ground Floor, Library, Goldsmiths, University of London Compiler in collaboration with Fabio Natali ...
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Past

Does It Matter?

[under] Out of the Brew Private View + Music + Cocktails 6-9pm Thu 25th May 2017 Open 12-9pm Fri 26th Online Gallery Facebook ...
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Cryptobar @ V&A Data Detox

Fri 28th of April 2017 Pocket Privacy - Data Detox at V&A Friday Late Compiler in collaboration with Fabio Natali ...
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Play Safe

Private View + CryptoBar Thu 6th of April 2017 6-9pm Open to public Fri 7th & Sat 8th 12-6pm [under] ...
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Compiler is a platform for the production and presentation of new media art and dialogue.

We present a cross-disciplinary programme of exhibitions, workshops, discussions, performances, and screenings, with a focus on creative and critical engagement with digital technologies.

We support collaborative, process-driven projects which connect artists and local communities in networks of knowledge-exchange.

Our programmes seek to find a role for the distributed and participatory systems of new media art in a community context, and encourage digital literacy in a world increasingly mediated by technological systems.

Compiler is directed by post-graduate students from Goldsmiths, facilitating interaction, professional development and networking opportunities for early-career artists and residents of New Cross.

Team

Alisa Blakeney is a Western Australian curator. Her work looks at the role of distributed and participatory systems of new media art in creating community narratives.

Tanya Boyarkina is a Russian-born London-based audiovisual artist and curator facilitating projects that broaden access to the arts through digital technology.

Oscar Cass-Darweish is a London-based artist interested in ways that code can affect perceptual experience.

Eleanor Chownsmith is a London-based choreographer pushing dance into the digital realm. Her practise aims to explore community arts in the context of digital culture.

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Contact

contact [at] compiler [dot] zone

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