We are a community of creative practitioners working at the intersection of art, media and technology…
Since 2008, CAN has been at the forefront of innovation—facilitating and driving the conversations about technology, society and critical making. It has played an important role in uncovering and contextualising noteworthy work, featured on the festival and gallery circuit or developed as academic research. From online/offline publications to live events, CAN’s initiatives have played an instrumental in shaping the innovative creative practices we know today.
Andreas Zecher (pixelate.de)
Casey Reas (reas.com)
David Wallin (whitenoiseaudio.com)
Dorothy Santos (dorothysantos.com)
Emilio Gomariz (triangulationblog.com)
Federica Patti (digicult)
Jason Franzen (formationalliance.com)
Jer Thorp (blprnt.com)
Lauren McCarthy (lauren-mccarthy.com)
Matt Pearson (zenbullets.com)
Paul Prudence (dataisnature.com)
Phoenix Perry (phoenixperry.com)
Rachel Uwa (schoolofma.org)
Richard Almond (rafolio.co.uk)
Rosi Grillmair (remony.wordpress.com)
Just Be Nice
V1 / November 2010 – Filip Visnjic (fvda.co.uk) with Just Be Nice (identity)
CAN Logo in canvas by Ricardo Sánchez
V2 / August 2009-October 2010 – Filip Visnjic (fvda.co.uk) – (modifications of Matt Joyce (themeekshall.co.uk) theme – grey palette)
V3 / October 2010 – August 2018 – Filip Visnjic (fvda.co.uk) – Grey palette fixed width
V4 / August 2018 – March 2021 – Filip Visnjic (fvda.co.uk) – Grey palette responsive width
V5 / March 2021 – current / Filip Visnjic (fvda.co.uk)
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