Month: November 2017

DEMODAY

DEMODAY, 2017, CounterParty Tokens. DEMODAY is the first art show-specific crypto token. It has been created for the show “Demo Day” at Kunstraum LLC, Brooklyn, from September 24 – October 28 2017. See here for details https://www.kunstraumllc.com/single-post/2017/09/13/DEMO-DAY

Beg, Steal & Borrow

“Beg, Steal & Borrow – Artists Against Originality”, Robert Shore, 2017, ISBN 9781780679464 Buy here – http://www.laurenceking.com/en/beg-steal-and-borrow-artists-against-originality/ Robert Shore’s excellent new book about artistic originality and appropriation art contains an installation image of my “Shareable Readymades” (models by Chris Webber

Trusted Third Party Hardware

From the point of view of the Bitcoin white paper, trusted platform modules, programmable secure elements, and secure enclaves are all examples of the presence of trusted third parties. They are “Treacherous Computing” hardware that someone other than you ultimately

Artists Re:Thinking The Blockchain

“Artists Re:thinking the Blockchain” Edited by Ruth Catlow, Marc Garret, Nathan Jones & Sam Skinner, 2017, ISBN 9780993248757. Furtherfield and Torque have compiled an excellent range of writing and imagery about blockchain network technology’s role in the arts and vice

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