Steve Rushton

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    Steve Rush­ton is a found­ing mem­ber of Sig­nal:Noise, an ex­per­i­men­tal cross-dis­ci­pli­nary re­search pro­ject that aims to ex­plore the in­flu­ence of cy­ber­net­ics and in­for­ma­tion the­ory on con­tem­po­rary cul­tural life by test­ing out its cen­tral idiom, ‘feed­back’, through de­bates, art­works, pub­li­ca­tions, per­for­mances, events and ex­hi­bi­tions.  He has been a writer and ed­i­tor for a range of pro­jects with artists such as Rod Dick­in­son and Thom­son & Craig­head. His pub­li­ca­tions in­clude the se­ries ‘How Media Mas­ters Re­al­ity’ for First/Last News­pa­per, Is­sues 1-6, Dex­ter Sin­is­ter (2009); ‘New Walden,’ HB2, Issue 1, CAC, Glas­gow (2008); ‘Ex­pe­ri­ence, Mem­ory, Re-en­act­ment’, Piet Zwart In­sti­tute, Rot­ter­dam; Re­volver, Frank­furt (with Anke Bangma and Flo­rian Wüst) (2005); ‘The Mil­gram Re-en­act­ment’, Re­volver, Frank­furt (2003). He also teaches at the Piet Zwart In­sti­tute, Rot­ter­dam, NL.


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