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Thought Residency: Jacob Wren

Day 9 (Montreal) And then there’s this song title I remember from being a teenager. It’s a song by Deja Voodoo and the song was called:...

Search Terms

This is the ninth and final in a series of articles capturing the planned conversations and discussions at the inaugural Festival of Live Digital...

Taking Care: Down to the Very Last Pixel

This is the eighth in a series of articles capturing the planned conversations and discussions at the inaugural Festival of Live Digital Art (foldA),...

Brass Tacks: Between Logistics and Possibility

This is the seventh in a series of articles capturing the planned conversations and discussions at the inaugural Festival of Live Digital Art (foldA),...

Yes, I am a beta-slut

This is the fifth in a series of articles capturing the planned conversations and discussions at the inaugural Festival of Live Digital Art (foldA),...

Thought Residency: Liam Zarrillo

Hey, it’s Liam, and this is my final thought ah for the month of September. September, which is objectively the hardest month of the year....

Reality Augments Theatre

This is the fifth in a series of articles capturing the planned conversations and discussions at the inaugural Festival of Live Digital Art (foldA),...

Early Adapters: Digital is Everywhere

This is the fourth in a series of articles capturing the planned conversations and discussions at the inaugural Festival of Live Digital Art (foldA),...

Podcasts as Theatre

This is the third in a series of articles capturing the planned conversations and discussions at the inaugural Festival of Live Digital Art (foldA),...

Who does ATP belong to?

In 2015, ATP, then under exclusively female leadership, collapsed under the weight of a global oil crash. I cared a lot about their finances then. I gave as much money as I could to help them through because of their principled mandate and history and only after other members of the community led the way. Obviously, that exercise didn’t give individual donors control over the future operations of the company, but it did compel them forward with our confidence. In political campaign terms, we gave them a mandate to continue. After last week, I’ll bet a lot of us want our money back.