The “Data.Mine Conflux” Catalogue offers an extended insight of each artwork presented at the first O Fluxo's online exhibition: https://neverlandspace.com/ofluxo-datamine-conflux. The catalogue also features some additional content like research; influences; an essay from Krystal South on how to ‘Identify Yrself’ in the internet; an art related astrological forecast by Lauren Reid and Perla Montelongo; a proposal for moving Kiruna based on increasing mining activity by the urban unplanning studio Scapeous; some visual material by Kate Malykh, Etienne Garachon, Jacob Broms Engblom and many more.
Body by Body
Jacob Broms Engblom
Both Data.Mine Conflux online exhibition and its catalogue is curated and edited by Nuno Patrício, the editor and director of O Fluxo and presented online at Neverland Space, WWW, 2014.
O Fluxo would like to thanks to all the participating artists and of course, to Yves Sinka Ruben Feurer and Joris Noorder from Neverland Space for the invitation & support through all the process.
Note: (1) This catalogue is printed and distributed via print on demand service lulu.com and as such, it is impossible to access its condition. O Fluxo and Neverland Space are not responsible for any possible damages. (2) A lot of material featured in the catalogue was found via internet and copyrights belong to their respective owners. The editor welcomes all kind of feedback regarding their origins. For enquires, Please contact the editor: info[at]ofluxo.net