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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

CODED BIAS & the Algorithmic Justice League

Back in March, we screened the documentary CODED BIAS, distrubuted by Women Make Movies. We alos had the pleasure to host a Q&A with the film’s director Shalini Kantayya. We have recently received an update from Women Make Movies sharing the activities of the Algorithmic Justice League (AJL), founded by Joy Buolamwini that featured in

Exploring women’s safety online

Taking Space: Digital – exploring women’s safety online 29th November – 17th December 2021  Online & Offline Interactive Exhibition across the city of Dundee  To raise awareness of the worldwide campaign ‘16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence’, NEoN Digital Arts and Dundee based theatre company hidden route open an interactive public poster exhibition exploring

Women-lead & Community Owned Digital Space

As part of the outreach programme for this year’s Wired Women festival we began an investigation into community intranet, asking what a women-lead, community-owned digital network might look like Wired Women curator Ailie Rutherford and Development Officer Sabrina Logan have been working together to build connections within the community of Stobswell, commissioning artists and game

Interview with Rosana Cade

Hello! Tell us a bit about yourself; who are you, and what do you do? Hi! I’m Rosana Cade. I’m an artist based in Glasgow and my work straddles performance, live art, experimental theatre, film, club/cabaret, and activism. I identify as a queer artist. For me queerness is about:  Rebellion! Celebration! Experimentation! Rebelling passionately against