Compiler @ 30/30

This page is a showcase of our works responding to 30/30, a project by 12ø Collective with the support of ...
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Off-Grid <On Tour>

This is an offline router-based group exhibition as part of The Wrong - New Digital Art Biennale ...
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Compiler is a platform for the production and presentation of new media art and critical discourse. Led by Tanya Boyarkina, Oscar Cass-Darweish and Eleanor Chownsmith, the group’s artistic and curatorial practice investigates socio-political challenges through digital culture.

Compiler explores the possibilities of digital art and curation as a process of discovery through synaesthetic experience of technology. Their aim is to create environments, works and events through which audiences can delve deeper into computational logics and associated flows of power that shape day to day experience. Topics such as cyber security, surveillance and computer vision are presented in ways to be engaged with tangibly through the senses. Artworks and projects often expand sensory possibilities afforded by our collaboration with technical objects and virtual worlds: drinking security software, dancing html or moulding a viral object.



Tanya Boyarkina is a Russian-born London-based artist, curator and facilitator. She is passionate about projects that broaden access to the arts through digital technology and collaboration.

Oscar Cass-Darweish is digital practitioner working between Birmingham and London – carrying out artistic enquiry into human-technical relationships in the space of hardware/software/code.

Eleanor Chownsmith is a London-based artist who works in school education outreach. Her practise explores community arts in the context of digital culture.


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