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2017 marks the 20th anniversary of Mark Amerika’a seminal online artwork GRAMMATRON, and in turn the Computer Arts Society is holding two days of events. Mark Amerika is an American artists and Professor of Art and Art history, having exhibited works internationally. In 2000, his net artwork GRAMMATRON was selected for the Whitney Biennial of

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Whale by Yolande Harris


In Whale (2017) oceanic voices – bowhead whales, bearded seals, beluga whales, and narwhals – spoke directly into our ears from ice-covered arctic waters. They become the agents, the guides, the voices of knowledge beyond our immediate experience. The Whale headphones were roped with local Dundee jute using a Celtic 16-strand hollow braiding technique. The cultural lives of cetacean and human

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NEoN’s programme – you haven’t missed it all yet!


The festival programme itself may have finished, but there are still a number of exhibitions and projects you can experience in the coming weeks and months: DOWNLOAD NOW!: Themes for buildings & spaces by Andrew Wasylyk is available online for download for a limited time, so that you can then experience your walk across the

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new online commission The Gathering Cloud


NEoN Digital Arts hereby launches the new online commission by J. R. Carpenter, a hybrid online and print piece called The Gathering Cloud. Find it online at http://luckysoap.com/thegatheringcloud. (note: the work is not yet designed for phone or tablet – it works best on desktop screens.) The online work brings together Luke Howard’s classic “Essay

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Guide to the Festival


We don’t want you to miss NEoN this week in the Spaces We’re In – here is your handy day-by-day guide: Tuesday November 8: Pre festival warm up with Pecha Kucha at Bonar Hall. Hosted by Creative Dundee, this edition’s line up features artists who are part of NEoN’s programme including Dennis and Debbie Club

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