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Art Radar: Future Remixes

This week’s art radar explores the ever-evolving document commissioned by Rhizome, called Futures Along The Blockchain, Rob Myers’ readymade remixes of 20th century pop icons and Matthew Plummer-Fernandez’s first solo show at NOME gallery. Rhizome Commission: Futures Along The Blockchain Futures Along The Blockchain is a web project conceived of by Lars Holdhus, commissioned by […]

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Human Versus Machine: An Interview with Max Dovey

The experience economy is booming and Rotterdam based artist Max Dovey is one of many practitioners now adopting new methods of art production in this field. With a cultural shift now headed towards “offline” experiences, Dovey’s practice confronts how computers, software and data affects the human condition through performance and theatre. Incorporating real-time computation, he […]

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A Recap of the CONSTRUCT Hackathon’s Most Creative Ideas

ascribe has officially wrapped up our first hackathon and the event was a huge success. Hosted in our new Creators Hack Lab – a shared community, work and event space devoted to the mixture of art and technology – we put a blend of professional artists and software developers into a room for the weekend […]

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Our Web App Just Bulked Up

Thanks to all of you who have been giving us great feedback on our web app. From that feedback, we’ve been hard at work improving it. Last week we did a larger-than-usual update, with a whole set of new features. One big new feature is grouping >1 editions together. So now if you have two works with […]

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10 Ways Creators Use ascribe.io

Awareness is spreading amongst creatives all around the world about ascribe.io. Many people show up on our landing page and then ask, “How do I start?” To know about the basic actions, see http://blog.ascribe.io/5-ways-creators-can-use-ascribe/. I thought it would be cool to highlight some of our creators and how they’re using ascribe.io to control and share their […]

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Exaggerating Reality with Jackson Hallberg

Creating, reproducing and sharing images is so easy, the world is witnessing the most widespread participation in photography ever seen. The result, however, is an oversaturated visual culture with passive images and submissive viewers. People view photographs so often, they rarely think about what they are seeing. American-born artist Jackson Hallberg, aims to push the boundaries […]

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BAM! Titanium Comics’ Latest Comes To Ascribe

Celebrating the ultimate marriage between art and storytelling, Titanium Comics is breaking super ground in more ways than one. One of the first comic companies to sell their published work using Bitcoin is now offering limited editions of Issue #2 – using ascribe.io – from their series The Arcane — and they’re super stoked about […]

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