The Future Is Here, It’s Just Not Evenly Distributed
Screening & Discussion | 8pm, 05 March, 2017
Organised in collaboration with Import Projects, aqnb editor Jean Kay and Video in Common founder Caroline Heron will be presenting some of the inspiration behind their ongoing video editorial partnership with a selection of films that address the theme 'The Future Is Here, It’s Just Not Evenly Distributed' set by Import Projects as a starting point and invite everyone to join a discussion after the screening. This event will address the William Gibson quote with a selection of artist interviews commissioned by aqnb and Video in Common, as well as artists' video works that explore the formats and infrastructures of the internet and how these have an effect on distribution and flows of information. Artist interviews to feature include Monira Al Qadiri, Steven Warwick, Shu Lea Cheang & Mark Amerika, as well as contributions of works and performance footage from J.G. Biberkopf, Hanna Black, Tabita Rezaire, Ulijona Odišarija and Maximilian Schmoetzer among others.

aqnb is an independent, online, editorial platform that focuses on emerging talent in contemporary art and online cultural practices. Video in Common is a London-based visual arts YouTube channel and production company. For the past year they have been producing a regular video series with artists from around the world with an interest in network culture and new technologies.