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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 Ethics’ (see our Counter Cloud action plan), there were also many functionality and practical issues to be dealt with.  We came to some conclusions; for example, we look a little tired and outdated; our online offer is confused;

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 we would take a moment to reflect on last year’s programme. In 2021, NEoN was hard at work behind the scenes of our Wired Women* programme, which was co-curated and co-produced with Artist/curator Ailie Rutherford. Ailie is

Bread, Roses, Coal, Water and the Ecosexual Position

Galen, a physician in ancient Rome, has been credited in attesting that “bread is food for the body, but flowers are food for the mind.” A version of Galen’s claim became a trade unionist call to action and reflection in the early 20th Century. The assertion that there must be “Bread for all, and roses


ALGORITHMIC ENCOUNTERS – SIRI BLACK  MACHINIC PERCEPTIONS – MARION CARRé  AS PART OF THE RESIDENCY: New Form of Togetherness Artists Siri Black and Marion Carré are presenting the outcome of their residency ‘New Forms of Togetherness’ at The Briggait in Glasgow. Considering machine learning systems and real-world experiences, artists Siri Black and Marion Carré will present