Breakfast with the Artists provides a unique opportunity to hear some of the MyWar artists, including Thomson & Craighead and Knowbotic Research, talk about their work and the themes of the exhibition.
Thomson & Craighead’s ‘A Short Film about War’ is a narrative documentary artwork made from information found on the world wide web: http://bit.ly/bf78cT
‘huwwara _ anybody, looking’ by knowbotic research is an installation consisting of different elements – an audio piece, a single screen computer-animation, and an interactive video projection: http://bit.ly/baXHQy
Tickets are £4.00/£3.00 (Members & concs) and are available at: http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/book/add?what=h93rgt&venue_id=fact
FACT – MyWar – Identity and Appropriation under War Condition
12 March – 30 May 2010
In a period of global unrest, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) presents a timely exhibition. MyWar explores conflict in a digitally networked world through the work of 12 international artists. Their work investigates the realities and myths of war at a time when the boundaries between the public and the private are being steadily eroded.