MozFest - Artists Open Studio
Ensuring the health of the internet requires a diversity of approaches and voices. Art and design play key roles in engaging new audiences around these social issues and in shaping critical thinking around an open and healthy web. To highlight these artistic perspectives, Mozilla Festival, the annual international festival for advocates of a healthy Internet, in collaboration with Digital Learning at V&A and Tate have invited five artists (An Xiao Mina, Paolo Cirio, Archana Prasad, Gretta Louw, Brooklyn J. Pakathi) to address each of the five thematic issue areas of the festival (web literacy, privacy and security, digital inclusion, decentralisation, open innovation) through installations and participatory activities.
Visitors will be able to engage with the artists in an open lab setting where they will be sharing their artistic practices and developing collaborative work with the public.
Make:Shift:Do is a nationwide programme of craft and innovation workshops taking place on 27 and 28 October 2017