Hello zombies examines these nonhuman zombies as a cultural phenomenon that produces quantified data and network identities.
The likes of Brother Cream Cat, a network art project, explores the network as a co-joined experience of humans and nonhumans through the figure of a popular Facebook cat “Brother Cream” .
The work displays in multiple web browsers with different sizes, exploring the spatial relationship between browsers and image data.
Computational code draws thousands of questions from online matter into the gallery space. The questions are gathered in real-time and converted encoded to speech.
Participants are invited to decode electronic texts written by a collective of distributed writers. The installation explores a continuously evolving and mutating text which moves beyond and between language.
*VoxBox: One audio input, infinite cultural output** a cross-disciplinary group exhibition featuring new work from 6 international artists selected from an open call, and work from Plymouth’s Café Concrete Collective.