Media Art Projects

Media Art Projects (MAP) is a non-profit distributing company limited by guarantee.

MAP manages and initiates artistic and cultural projects related to media and communication technologies. It also undertakes research and consultancies.

MAP's most recent projects have been a series of workshops and events that emphasise skill-sharing, promoting the visibility of non-commercial uses of new technologies, and building local networks. MAP is currently working with many other people on a series of collaborations that address the politics of communication technologies, with a particular relevance to London. MAP has also managed events and performances in temporary spaces.

You will find working documents for some projects in the /current directory of this site. Most working documents for project development are now in the MAP twiki. You are welcome to browse them and make suggestions.

Contact:
map@mediaartprojects.org.uk
+44 (0) 7946 378905

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Current o------| |------o Projects/ Events o------| |------o tech_2 documentation / programme
|------o Ourganisation with Howard Slater and Josephine Berry
|------o You Have Been Watched with comptessa/CCCTV
|------o MAP/London projects
 
|------o Research o------| |------o Resonance FM research with London Musicians Collective
|------o Digital Media Paper for London Film and Video Development Agency
 
|------o Resources o------| |------o Southspace server
 
 
Archive o------| |------o Events o------| |------o Rich Mix with Mongrelx
|------o Remnants of the Original/ A Room for Improvement, June 2001
|------o Tech_nicks, June - August 2000
|------o OandE, September 2000
|------o Livestock, April 2000
|------o Listen Up Lectures, April - July 2000
|------o Brandon - Body of Evidence, October 1999
 
|------o Research o------| |------o Metatag with Society for Old and New Media
|------o Art, Media, Technology, with Judith Barry/Phaidon Press
 
|------o Media o------| |------o Kidseye, December 2000 with Tate Gallery and Society for Old and New Media
|------o Tech_nicks documentationTech_nicks documentation, 2000 - 2001
 
|------o Reports o------| |------o Tech_nicks, Summer 2000
|------o Tate, Autumn 1999
|------o London Arts Board 1996
 
|------o Texts, selected o------| |------o Tech_nicks for Acoustic Space, 2000
|------o Mongrel Culture, Mute, 1999
|------o Cultural Industries and Divisive Funding Policies, for crash media, 1998
|------o Time Machine for Site Gallery 1998
|------o Pretty Good Pirates: Makrolab, for Mute, 1997
|------o Relative Freedoms: Some retrospections on Independent Media Practice in the UK, 1997
|------o Tunnelling to Deep Europe, 1997
 
Deep Archive o------| |------o ICA events o------| |------o Dialogues with the Machine, 1998
|------o Parallel Space, 1997
|------o Deep Screen Diving, 1996
|------o Technophobia, 1995
|------o Terminal Futures, 1994
|------o Seduced and Abandoned, 1994
|------o Hedgehogs and Megabytes, 1993
 
|------o Other events o------| |------o Digital Dreams, 1996
|------o Moviola, 1985 - 1990