By Jonathan Waring on November 18, 2012
After a seven-year absence, Reactor’s Function events returned last month with Function VI. Prising open the doors of a disused and dilapidated building, Reactor invited participants to enter, navigate its confined space, and help bring Function back to life.
As the evening gloom settled over Nottingham, I was on hand to document. This post contains some of my images from the event.
By Jonathan Waring on November 11, 2011
Here are some of the photographs that I took at Reactor’s The Green Man & Regular Fellows.
By Jonathan Waring on August 15, 2011
There’s something brewing in Nottingham… For three days only, Reactor are opening a members-only pub, “The Green Man & Regular Fellows”.
By Jonathan Waring on June 30, 2011
With yesterday’s change in Wordpress theme, and a number of other less obvious changes and improvements, I’m finally declaring jw.net out of beta with a v1.0 designation.
By Jonathan Waring on June 16, 2011
Cyber Conference on Art, Performance, Philosophy and Emerging Technology
18-19 June 2011, University of Warwick
Virtual Futures is an interdisciplinary conference. This year‚ highlights will include presentations on artificial intelligence, bioengineering, bioethics, cybernetics, net security, performance art, social media, the future of copyright and virtual reality. Returning speakers will be joined this year by a fresh array of world-renowned practitioners.
By Jonathan Waring on February 4, 2011
My photography portfolio website jonathanwaringphotography.co.uk now has its own hosting. Please take a look if you have time.
By Jonathan Waring on November 5, 2010
A paper on Reactor and ‘Big Lizard’s Big Idea’ will be presented at Chelsea Theatre’s ‘A Make Believe World’ symposium as part of the Sacred Festival. Daniel Oliver will discuss Reactor’s practice of ‘relational insincerity’, drawing on both Slavoj Žižek and David McNeill to compare the performative force of our behaviour as participants with our behaviour towards the ‘big Other’ of liberal capitalism.