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FLOSS+Art: Book preview, panel discussion and software party
Thursday 23 October
18:30 - 20:30
@ Mute Magazine HQ
The Whitechapel Centre
85 Myrdle Street
London E1 1HL
With Adnan Hadzi, Anthony Iles, Aymeric Mansoux, Dave Griffiths, James
Wallbank, Matthew Fuller, Olga Goriunova, pure:dyne developers, Taylor
Nuttall, and more friends...
GOTO10 and pure:dyne host an evening dedicated to Free Software and art...
* BOOK PREVIEW: Be the first to check out FLOSS+Art, a new openmute
publication reflecting on the growing relationship between Free Software
ideology, open content and digital art. Edited by Aymeric Mansoux and
Marloes de Valk.
* PANEL DISCUSSION: Anthony Iles moderates a panel discussion on
communities of collaboration, online and off, with book contributors
Matthew Fuller, Olga Goriunova, Aymeric Mansoux; and artist/activist
* SOFTWARE PARTY: Check out the new Debian-based pure:dyne system - the
GNU/Linux distribution for media arts. Meet the developers and hear
about pure:dyne projects by our friends at Folly (Taylor Nuttall),
Access Space (James Wallbank), HTTP/Furtherfield (Marc Garret & Ruth
Catlow), Dave Griffiths and Adnan Hadzi.
* PLUS: pure:dyne promo goodies, Free Beer and more!
ABOUT THE BOOK:
FLOSS+Art critically reflects on the growing relationship between Free
Software ideology, open content and digital art. It provides a view onto
the social, political and economic myths and realities linked to this
With contributions from: Fabianne Balvedi, Florian Cramer, Sher Doruff,
Nancy Mauro Flude, Olga Goriunova, Dave Griffiths, Ross Harley, Martin
Howse, Shahee Ilyas, Ricardo Lafuente, Ivan Monroy Lopez, Thor
Magnusson, Alex McLean, Rob Myers, Alejandra Maria Perez Nuñez, Eleonora
Oreggia, oRx-qX, Julien Ottavi, Michael van Schaik, Femke Snelting,
Pedro Soler, Hans Christoph Steiner, Prodromos Tsiavos, Simon Yuill
Compiled and edited by Aymeric Mansoux and Marloes de Valk.
With the support of the University of Huddersfield and the Willem de
ABOUT THE SOFTWARE:
pure:dyne is an essential tool created to provide a complete,
Free/Libre/open source (FLOSS) custom and ready-made GNU/Linux computer
environment for media artists. The pure:dyne CD can be inserted and run
on a computer without the need to install anything, with an aim to make
it simple to use on many types of hardware. It contains FLOSS programs
for recording and manipulating sound, making live visuals and creating
interactive media in installation, and more. Powered by the Debian-Live
This event is part of the pure:dyne for everyone project, a national
series designed to make pure:dyne more accessible through special events
with partnering media arts centres across the country.
Supported by the Creative Partnerships programme of Arts Council England.
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