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22 Oct 2008 - 00:00
31 Dec 2008 - 23:59

art, technology and social change

is an open resource designed to connect knowledge, ideas and
experiences among artists, organisations and people interested in
this area. It aims to be an accessible and useful shared tool for
those who use, or seek to use, creative technologies to work with
people and / or realise public work. If this sounds like you, come
and join, share, and gain insight and inspiration by visiting

features case studies, a growing list of useful resources, videos and
interviews with artists including Loraine Leeson, Manu Luksch and
Mukul Patel, Stacy Makishi and Lois Weaver. Until Christmas 2008 co-
pilot.net will host invited contributors who will post thoughts and
/or provocations to stir up the debate in the site's forums. As a
subscriber, you can add content, comment on topics emerging through
the forums and point people towards other projects, resources and
ideas – including your own.

has been developed jointly by SPACE and Solar Associates, who share a
belief that there is a rich landscape of creative practice at the
intersection of art, technology and social change – offering new
ways to engage and forge relationships with participant groups. This
fluid, inspirational territory, remarkable for its diversity and
bespoke working processes, is to large degree unmapped, and
under-described: yet it is a rich repository of ideas and insights
that is of value to a wider community of interest. Aiming to be
accessible and useful, co-pilot.net starts to map this landscape by
drawing upon the lived experience and intellects of artists and
producers who are active within it. Please come and add your
experience to the map.


has been developed jointly by SPACE and Solar Associates, and
supported by the Arts Council England, London.