Still from Untitled (water data and sensor-driven abstractions) 2021

Lost in the Weed (ATHICA)

Thomas Asmuth and Sara Gevurtz are exhibiting new work at the Lost in the Weeds exhibition at ATHICA – Athens Institute for Contemporary Art. Untitled (water data and sensor-driven abstractions), 2021 is an experimental video combining field recordings with signals from water quality sensors. The experimental video loop contains footage shot on a fieldwork expedition on …

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le code Gálvez

Jose and I finished the custom lightning and live coding tools for the Le Code Gálvez performance. Here is some documentation. LeCodeGalvez from VertexZenit on Vimeo.

Third Faction Institute

Quietly and in the background, the Third Factioneers, have been making arrangements to launch a research initiative. The current show PeaceCraft is the first project to be done under this new structure. Third Faction Institute is research collective organized as a corporate entity. The partners are artists, theorists, educators and technologists that I have worked …

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V2V – Co-commission of ZERO1 and the Ural Industrial Biennial, Russia

I am a collaborator in the international public art project titled valley 2 valley, a sculptural project co-commissioned as an international biennial partnership with ZERO1 Biennial, San Jose, USA and the 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art (Salda Verkhnaya, Russia). The work centers around the two tech centers-Silicon Valley in CA and the Titanium …

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DPS Invades Turkey!

We are The Third Faction, a collective of avatars with a shared interest in exposing biased power structures in virtual environments. Founded in 2008 in a temporary autonomous zone located in the land of Azeroth, we set forth to develop a democratized, non-hierarchical governance. The very act of labelling our group “The Third Faction” demonstrates …

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