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Still from forthcoming ML/AI Interfaces Tutorial Series, 2020. Image courtesy of Trust, Berlin

Creative AI Lab

Online 9 Jul 2020 – Ongoing

A collaboration between Serpentine Galleries R&D Platform and the Department of Digital Humanities, King's College.

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Future Art Ecosystems

Future Art Ecosystems

Online 9 Jul 2020 – Ongoing

Future Art Ecosystems takes the shape of an annual strategic briefing for practitioners and organisations with an interest in the development of future art ecos...

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Credit: Image courtesy of Furtherfield, 2019

Blockchain Lab

Online June 2019 – Ongoing

Supporting network development between visionary artists, cultural workers, blockchain entrepreneurs.

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Future Art Ecosystems

Future Art Ecosystems

Annual Strategic Briefing

Future Art Ecosystems takes the shape of an annual strategic briefing for practitioners and organisations with an interest in the development of future art ecos...

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Rendered Ghost Mantis

Synthetic Ecologies Lab

Online Oct 2020 – Ongoing

Making with a multitude of species and living systems.

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Cracks in the Curriculum #4: Sweet Rebellion

Cracks in the Curriculum #4: Sweet Rebellion

Online Ongoing

An education resource for teachers to rethink the ways we talk about colonialism and its legacy in schools.

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Legal Lab

Legal Lab

Online September 2019

Exploring how the law can better support collaborations across art, science and technology

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Invisible Spaces of Parenthood: Shapes Kit

Invisible Spaces of Parenthood: Shapes Kit

30 Sep 2014

Shapes kits for nurseries and families, each featuring geometric shapes adapted from Fröbel’s 'Gifts'.

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Play as Radical Practice Toolkit

Play as Radical Practice Toolkit

1 Mar 2017

Supporting early educators to form solidarities children advocate for free play in the state school system.

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Archive

Discover 50 years of the Serpentine

From the architecture pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas marathon and the General Ecology programme, explore 50 years of artists, projects and exhibitions.

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