I am open to any crazy idea, project, experiment, design, writing, that thing in your head you have always wanted to do...write me an email.
Main Project: Flee Immediately!↛↛↛↛↛
Renee Carmichael is an artist, coder, designer and writer whose work often explores technology and the relationship between structure (code), content and design. She has written and produced work around themes such as masks,carrots and the web browser (Free wifi / Gratis WLAN, Eigen Art lab 2016), The Dance Epidemic of 1518 (Come to Feet, SPACE Permaculture Residency, London), the website's relationship to print (An Homage to the Death of Print, orbits.com, online exhibition/book), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and technology (Eavesdropping, film), code poetry (ccthenr workshop series) and singing IBM anthems and code (011 Chant to Them, Hello World! exhibition, L’atelier-KSR, Berlin). She graduated from Goldsmiths College in London with a Masters in Interactive Media: Critical Theory and Practice and has worked recently as a Researcher and Interaction Designer in the Hybrid Publishing Lab at Centre for Digital Cultures at Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany. She is founding editor of the experimental publication Flee Immediately!, and currently works freelance on various design and research projects. She is also a writer and avidly creates weird links that bring together technology, art and culture.
For my most up to date writing: Blog Flee Immediately!↮↮↮↮
Writing coming soon: #Exstrange↻↻↻↻
2012 : SPACE Permaculture Resident, Tomorrow Tomorrow and the Big Trip, London
Talks (and workshops)
2016: Useless? Flee Immediately! workshops at Un Stable EU conference
2016: 2012: Workshop Leader and organiser, Rebooting Computing, Southend-on-Sea, UK
2015: Guest Lecturer, in course Methods and forms of writing, DOCH School of Dance and Circus, Stockhom, Sweden
2014: Code and singing workshop, Hello World!, L’atelier-KSR, Berlin
2014: 2013: Code Poetry workshop, coalesce, compose then radiate, London
2010 - 2013 : Visiting Researcher, Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College, London
Current Experiments: If movement is an important part of conversation, what happens when we communicate online and hardly move? What happens when social media makes us move? In an age of Fake News, can movement help us to learn to read and think critically again? What is the poetics of moving online?
☳ 2015: Lecture Performance, Urban Exotic Delimma, Hong Kong, with Zoe Marden and Cat Turner
☳ 2013 : Live Writing / Coding Performance, Performance with The Maggot and special guest writers, General Public, Berlin, Germany