Furtherfield is currently reviewing new works that have recently been submitted to our web site via our Proposals page http://www.furtherfield.org/submissions.php. We thought that it might be a good idea to ask publically for new submissions to be sent via email as well.
So, if you want your work to be on Furtherfield and reviewed please read below to see if your work relates to the definitions & check the web site to see if your work is appropriate…
What work is Furtherfield interested in?
We are interested in Net Art, Networked Art, Media Art, PsychoGeography, Real-time Art, Media Art Conferences, Activist Games, Open Source, Soft Groups, Database Art, Media Activism, Networked Collaborations, Surveillance Art, Online Media & Net Exhibitions, Networked Communities, Software Art, Wireless Projects, Street Art, Art Blogs, Tactical Media, Generative Art, Free Software, Hactivism, networked resistance & related works/projects…
What happens if your work is featured on Furtherfield?
If we feature your work, it will appear on the Furtherfield homepage with a review by one of the Furtherfield team. The work will then be publicized on a range of email lists & also promoted in Furtherfield’s Newsletter.
Your personal ID-card on Furtherfield
We will set up a personal ID-card for you on Furtherfield. This will display a link to your CV or a biog, personal statement and URLs of websites also displaying your work. Once your work is added to our database, we will provide you with a Username and Password that will allow you to update your own ID-card (independently) with any additional information about yourself and current projects. When you update your ID-card with new projects we will view it and put it up for review if it is recent. Although, it is totally up to you what work, date & amount that you add in.
Submit/paste info about your work & yourself/group here:
(please note that if you asking us to review a documented work that it must be accessible to other people as well as Furtherfield reviewers, on the Internet).
Name of artist(s)/group:
Title of Work/Project:
Some key words as reference:
About the work (no more than 500 words):
Bio: (no more than 300 words):
Date of creation:
Any other info to add, like references & other reviews (optional):
send your emails to:
Furtherfield is an online platform for the creation, promotion, and criticism of adventurous digital/net art work for public viewing, experience and interaction.
Furtherfield creates imaginative strategies that actively communicate ideas and issues in a range of digital & terrestrial media contexts; featuring works online and organizing global, contributory projects, simultaneously on the Internet, the streets and public venues. Furtherfield focuses on network related projects that explore new social contexts that transcend the digital, or offer a subjective voice that communicates beyond the medium. Furtherfield collaborates with artists, programmers, writers, activists, musicians and thinkers who explore beyond traditional remits.
Furtherfield was founded in 1997 and is a London based, non-profit organisation. The majority of activities are self funded and are sustained by the passion, ideas, exploration and skills of the Furtherfield team as well as its diverse membership.
Occasional public funding facilitates a more in-depth collaboration with programmers and artists on specific projects, usually leading to more intuitive audience interaction and accessibility.
We can make our own World…