Since 2020 CultureStake a voting app and a selection event that works to connect communities, artists and cultural organisations in playful collective cultural decision-making.
Since 2020 A Blockchain Art History Timeline The world’s first timeline to chart the rise and influence of Blockchain Art and Crypto Art using blockchain’s new decentralised curation tools.
2020 DAOWO Sessions: Artworld Prototypes A new set of experimental projects to reinvent the future of arts with blockchain created by artist-led DAO teams in Berlin, Hong Kong, Johannesburg and Minsk.
Since 2019 Live Art Action Research Role Play deep, creatively-driven and rigorous research events we call LAARRPs.
2020 Fictional Focus Group LAARRP providing insights into the uneven social consequences of radical transparency.
2020 Transcultural Data Pact LAARRP exploring how personal and collective data practices and devices shape the attitudes and fortunes of societies.
2019 Now London is a City Farm… LAARRP informing blockchain systems for multi-species food justice governed by a more-than-human citizenry.
2017 – 2019 – DAOWO (Decentralised Autonomous Organisation With Others), the award-winning blockchain lab and debate series for reinventing the arts, Furtherfield, Serpentine Galleries, and Goethe Institut London. 2019 UK Summits in partnership with University of Edinburgh and Digital Catapult London.
2018 – Ethereal Summit, Art Grants Ruth Catlow, judge and co-curator with Sam Hart.
2017 – Clickmine by Sarah Friend : The Furtherfield NEoN co-commission, a hyperinflationary ERC-20 token that is minted by a clicking game.
2017 – Artists Re:Thinking the Blockchain. Eds Ruth Catlow, Marc Garrett, Nathan Jones, Sam Skinner. Published by Furtherfield and Torque Editions. Distributed by Liverpool University Press, UK.
2017 – NEW WORLD ORDER exhibition and European Tour by Furtherfield Gallery as part of the State Machines programme. It featured Plantoids by O’khaos, Bad Shibe by Rob Myers with illustrations by Lina Theodorous, and Terra0’s self-owning forest.
2016 – The Blockchain – Change Everything Forever a short film that asked what a blockchain could do, and who creates the new society? Furtherfield in partnership with Digital Catapult London.
2016 – Blockchain’s Potential in the Arts symposium for arts and culture researchers and policy makers, led by Ruth Catlow and Ben Vickers at Austrian Cultural Forum.
2015 – The Human Face of Cryptoeconomies, exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery, featuring FaceCoin by Rob Myers, and Building the Activist Bloomberg Terminal by Brett Scott.
2015 – Art Data Money, Furtherfield’s programme of exhibitions, labs and debates to develop a commons for the arts in the network age.