In 2017, Alisa BlakeneyTanya Boyarkina and Oscar Cass-Darweish and I set up Compiler. 

'Compiler is a platform for the production and presentation of new media art and dialogue.

We present a cross-disciplinary programme of exhibitions, workshops, discussions, performances, and screenings, with a focus on creative and critical engagement with digital technologies.

We support collaborative, process-driven projects which connect artists and local communities in networks of knowledge-exchange.

Our programmes seek to find a role for the distributed and participatory systems of new media art in a community context, and encourage digital literacy in a world increasingly mediated by technological systems.

Compiler is directed by post-graduate students from Goldsmiths, facilitating interaction, professional development and networking opportunities for early-career artists and residents of New Cross.' 

We presented our first exhibition 'Play Safe' on 6th of April in New Cross, contributed to the V&A's Pocket Privacy Friday Late event on the 28th of April. We are currently working towards our May show, as well as conference organised by Goldsmiths MA students of the Centre for Cultural Studies (CCS)Against the Slow Cancellation of the Future, 15-16 Jun 2017.

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