Harwood, Wright, Yokokoji

(United Kingdom, 2004)

The artists Graham Harwood, Richard Wright and Matsuko Yokokoji have worked together since 2004, originally as part of Mongrel, an internationally recognized artists collective. Working in a fusion of art, digital media and open networks, they aim to reach beyond the hierarchies of power and knowledge to involve those normally excluded from expression and collaboration. Previous projects includethe first online commission for the Tate Gallery, London, and works in the permanent collections of the Centre Pompidou, Paris and the Centre for Media Arts (ZKM) Karlsruhe. Their work Tantalum Memorial won the transmediale.09 award. Harwood, Wright, and Yokokoji strive to open up the implicit meaning of media itself–to mediate not by controlling and ordering what can be said, shown or heard but by providing the means to unblock channels of access, release currents of energy and reveal the margins of what people can feel, sense, reason and imagine.

Tantalum Memorial – Residue (2008)

Installation, telephone exchange, sound. Courtesy: the artists.

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