At a time when restrictions to free movement, free trade and freedom of communications are shaping the world around us, FREEPORT: Terminal MCR is a space to explore art, technology and citizenship in internet age. Investigating the ways that emerging technology impacts our social, civic and working lives, FREEPORT: Terminal MCR invites citizens to participate in critical discussion and to feel inspired and empowered to engage with contemporary and critical culture.
This temporary showcase is sited at University of Salford in MediaCityUK between:
Tue 16 - Sat 16 Feb, 11:00-17:00 daily
Featuring newly commissioned artworks and screenings from a cohort of international artists including:
Framing Territories – Geocinema,
Networks of Trust – Kyriaki Goni
CryptoRave – RaveEnabler – !Mediengruppe Bitnik + Omsk Social Club
Europium – Lisa Rave
N-Prolenta (Brandon Covington Sam-Sumana)
On Friday 15th February, Freeport Critical is a series of talks accompanying the exhibits.
Free, but booking required.