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Winter Programme 2022

NEoN is very proud to be presenting its winter programme, which continues with our new approach to supporting digital care. This programme is also responding to the Global 16 Days Campaign.

Cielito Saravia talks about holistic digital security

NEoN is supporting this year’s 16 days of Activism campaign by presenting work and creative practices that use digital tools or comment on today’s complex digital relationships. In particular, we are interested in work that highlights how our digital entanglement, digital coding and the online spaces we create can reflect just about every social topic;

Tia talks about technology-facilitated sexual violence

NEoN is supporting this year’s 16 days of Activism campaign by presenting work and creative practices that use digital tools or comment on today’s complex digital relationships. In particular, we are interested in work that highlights how our digital entanglement, digital coding and the online spaces we create can reflect just about every social topic,

Beatrix Livesey-Stephens talks about constent

NEoN is supporting this year’s 16 days of Activism campaign by presenting work and creative practices that use

Dana Leslie talks about Gender-based violence (GBV)

NEoN is supporting this year’s 16 days of Activism campaign by presenting work and creative practices that use

Rethinking Symposia … as Systems

Reflecting the diversity and complexity of the digital and technology-driven art scene is a core value of NEoN.

From Cloud to Crowd

From Cloud to Crowd: A residency in the Kieller Center The Institute for Technology in the Public Interest This summer, NEoN hosted a small but significant gathering of cultural organisers wanting to shift their dependency on commercial cloud services. A previously unused market unit at The Kieller centre, a 1970s indoor shopping mall in the

Winter Programme 2022

Full programme of events HERE NEoN is very proud to be presenting its winter programme. It continues with our new approach to supporting digital care and the feminist ethics embedded since our ‘wired women*’ theme, started in January 2021 and co-curated by Ailie Rutherford. Our winter programme sees development on our Counter Cloud Action Plan

Shifting the focus on CCTV and women’s safety – Monash Lens

Closed-circuit television cameras on trains and city streets are meant to reassure us that we’re not in danger – but women don’t always see them that way. Technology-enhanced surveillance, such as CCTV, is often used as a forensic tool after an incident, but there are some risks to this deployment that can negatively affect women’s

Seeing Double: Quantum world (un)shaping #3

Paid opportunity for artists to participate in a Sci-fi & fantasy world-building research workshop with artist Libby Heaney

New Approaches

We live in a neoliberal world that requires high productivity in a short period of time, which has the effect of isolating employees and creating work conditions so unrealistic and stressful that burnout is commonplace. This often adversley effects audiences too. For high-quality, fruitful creative experiences, you need time: time for engaging, innovating, experimenting, organising,

Creative workshop with artist Libby Heaney

CALL OUT FOR WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS Seeing Double: Quantum world (un)shaping Sci-fi & fantasy comic-style creative workshop with artist

Not Totally Digital but …

We thought it was worth mentioning that NEoN Digital Arts has moved banks!! So what? Currently, NEoN is doing its best to clean up its digital act, see our Counter Cloud Project. Alongside this, it was essential in making more conscientious choices regarding our day-to-day processes.  NEoN has banked with Santander since it officially constituted

NEoN Archive

Since the first lockdown in March 2020, we have considered our online presence. Along with considering our ‘Digital

Counter Cloud

How could a digital practice become more ethical? And what does it mean to say “Digitally Ethical”? NEoN invited The Institute for Technology in the Public Interest (TITiPi) [1] to “audit” their daily computational operations, with a view to imagine other environmental and socially “just” digital practices, as part of a rethinking of their internal

2021 Round-up

It’s already February, can you believe it? We are working on our plans for 2022, however, we thought

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