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Cyberfeminism


Interview with Amy Iona The Wired Women programme at this year’s NEoN festival is working to examine both the digital gender divide as well as the contributions of female and non binary artists in shaping digital spaces and online experiences. As a part of that programme, artist and researcher Amy Iona will be publishing a

School of Cyborg


Earlier in the year NEoN proposed an idea to Masters students in Culture, Criticism and Curation at Central Saint Martins. Under the theme, Wired Women* NEoN asked how can we reimagine digital and hybrid spaces to address the digital gender divide, with the aim of taking positive and meaningful action.  The students responded, and we are very pleased

Festival Artists Announced 


NEoN Digital Arts Festival 10th-13th November 2021 Wired Women*  WARNING: This article contains strong language Under the theme ‘Wired Women*’, NEoNs annual festival will look to address the digital gender divide and highlight the contribution of female and nonbinary artists in shaping the digital and technology-driven arts sector. Its 4-day festival will be a hybrid

ReGrowing Digital Arts Webinar Showcase


We are delighted to invite you to the ReGrowing Digital Arts Webinar Showcase at 2- on Friday 20th August, where three short project commissions shall be presented that explored key values and practices for NEoN’s re-emergence going forward. We would very much like your voice in the room. Friday 20th August @ 2-4 pm on

Manifesto chat with Bea


Following on from our chat with Ailie Rutherford last week, we decided we like asking questions and having a snoop on your behalf, so this week we’ve got another lil interview for you. We spoke to Beatrix Livesey-Stephens about the work she’s doing for NEoN: Beatrix is working on a Manifesto for Digital Arts Work

Interview with Ailie Rutherford


We’re switching things up a bit this week! Normally we’d publish a lil response or a think-piece-style blog post. This week’s entry is a bit longer, but it’s an interview with Ailie Rutherford, Freelance artist-curator for NEoN Digital Arts. We attended an event Ailie had been part of the organising team for and wanted to

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