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Black Lives Matter


Since the tragic killing of George Floyd on May 25, our staff have been in deep listening mode — thinking and discussing internally how to most effectively act in solidarity with the Movement for Black Lives in the pursuit of racial justice.


coming home

This city-wide pilot project, produced by Lava Mae and ZERO1 and created by contemporary artist John Craig Freeman and Sound Made Public, seeks to build a bridge of shared humanity between neighbors – housed and unhoused.

As San Francisco finds itself embodying both the best of human capacity and the worst, our unrelenting crisis around housing insecurity and the houseless has come to define us as sharply as our innovation and entrepreneurship.


Most of us know little about our unhoused neighbors – those we see and the many more who are invisible – their stories, or what’s required to navigate these challenging circumstances.

Most of us don’t realize that the majority of our houseless neighbors are unhoused due to circumstances beyond their control, such as eviction, and that homelessness is only a temporary experience for most.

Year in Review: Connecting Creative Communities


This has been a momentous year. 2017 has put our institutions to the test and demanded action in the streets. Making meaning in the midst of the turmoil, we have been reimagining what civic action looks like. Working in collaboration with government and individual citizens, ZERO1 has supported artists across the globe who are applying their creativity to the challenges their communities face.

This year ZERO1 artists made art that mattered: addressing homelessness in San Jose; improving disability inclusion in Moscow; championing economic equity in Guatemala City; probing water quality in Bangkok; cultivating peace in Medellín; promoting environmental health in Phnom Penh. More than ever before, we see the importance of connecting communities directly so that we may share approaches and align our efforts.

Prix Mobile Opening at DigitalArti December 8

For all you 'mobile' artists out there, DigitalArti is presenting a new annual prize for mobile image creators. Here is a recap about the awards and the exhibition:
Prix Mobile is a new, annual prize for mobile image creators which recognizes mobile art as a distinct art form in its own right. The competition is judged by an international jury of practicing artists, photographers, videographers, art curators, entrepreneurs, academics, internet and media luminaries, and the winner of Prix Mobile 2011 will be awarded a one thousand euro prize and trophy in Paris during LeWeb.
The Genesis of  Prix Mobile
Apps on cameraphones, smartphones and tablets have truly democratised the making of art. Over 20 million people are now exploring creative image making which goes beyond just taking pictures, and they are sharing the results with an unselfconscious freedom.

Scott Snibbe on Biophilia

Here's a great interview with Scott Snibbe's. Enjoy!

Biophilia de Bjork, l'album du futur?


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