Museum of Science and Industry presents FutureEverybody Art exhibition

. May 29, 2012 . 0 Comments

The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester presents FutureEverybody Art, an exhibition on view until 10th June. Inspired by the extraordinary artistic and political potential of new participatory technologies, the art strand of FutureEverything 2012 presents work that enable us to see the possibilities of such connectivity.

Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester

This year’s exhibition of work explores the changing nature of collective action and brings these issues to life through the work of artists, researchers and designers that provoke and inspire with new perspectives on this theme.

Artists showing work at the FutureEverybody exhibition are:
Aaron Koblin + Takashi Kawashima
Blast Theory
Daniel Jones + James Bulley
Helen Pritchard + Winnie Soon
Invisible Flock
Jamie Allen
Jeremy Hutchinson
Joern Roeder + Jonathan Pirnay
Kasia Molga + Brendan Oliver
Lawrence Epps
Moritz Stefaner + Dario Taraborelli + Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia
Ollie Palmer
Stand and Stare – Theatre Jukebox

The works have been inspired by or respond to mass observation or mass participation, in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Mass Observation movement and the UN International Year of Cooperatives. – www.mosi.org.uk

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