DECAL exists to mobilise collaborative research and development by leading artists, using blockchain and web 3.0 technologies for fairer, more dynamic and connected cultural ecologies and economies now.
Over 3 years DECAL will host a series of experimental projects, creating transnational cooperative infrastructures, decentralised artforms and practices, improved systems literacy across the arts and technology spaces.
DECAL, Furtherfield’s Decentralised Arts Lab, launched in 2019.
Goethe-Institut London, Serpentine Galleries R&D Platform, Austrian Cultural Forum, Digital Catapult London, University of Edinburgh, Department of Design Informatics
Guild, Trust, Berlin, Torque Editions, DisCO.coop, Full Node, Berlin,Left Gallery, Supermarkt Berlin, DGov, Radical XChange, Gray Area, Nice Awards
Ethereal Summit/ Consensys, #ArtDecentralized, BlockRocket, A*nA, Zien
FACT, NEoN, Leeds International Festival, Arebyte, FutureEverything
State Machines, NeMe, Drugo More, Aksioma, Institute of Networked Cultures/ MoneyLab, Para-Site, Tmrw Gallery
Liverpool University Press, University College London, Department of Engineering, University College London, Department of Art History, City University of London, Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design