Arcadia Missa: Arcadia Missa supports and exhibits artists who have multi-disciplinary practices that explore conditions of contemporary art after the Internet. Through its publishing and exhibitions programme Arcadia Missa has established a respected critical discourse around networked visual culture and artistic practice.
Rhizome: Rhizome is dedicated to the creation, presentation, preservation, and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology. Through open platforms for exchange and collaboration, the Rhizome website serves to encourage and expand the communities around these practices. Its programs, many of which happen online, include commissions, exhibitions, events, discussion, archives and portfolios. It supports artists working at the furthest reaches of technological experimentation as well as those responding to the broader aesthetic and political implications of new tools and media. Rhizome’s organizational voice draws attention to artists, their work, their perspectives and the complex interrelationships between technology, art and culture.
Mute: Mute is an online magazine dedicated to exploring culture and politics after the net. Mute combines biannual issues dedicated to specific topics (Precarious Labour, The Knowledge Commons, etc) with regularly updated articles and reviews. The site also features ongoing coverage of relevant news and events contributed by staff and readers. As well as the online magazine, Mute also publishes a biannual magazine in print (aka Mute Vol. 3), which features selections from current issues together with other online content, specially commissioned and co-published projects.
UCL Social Networking Sites & Social Science Research Project: The UCL Social Networking Sites & Social Science Research Project based at the UCL Department of Anthropology is dedicated to understanding the implications of social media use for global humankind and society, and explaining their significance for the future of the social sciences.
SCEMFA: SCEMFA is a research group at the Slade School of Fine Art. SCEMFA opened in 1995 and for the past 15 years has provided the opportunity for leading artists to focus on research into Electronic Media and Fine Art, contributing to debate on a national and International level for events, exhibitions, broadcasts, collaborations and online.