Hi, I'm Agnes ↝

I design, build and maintain software and hardware, sometimes alone but often with friends. I have a particular interest in simulation, distributed knowledge and infrastructural systems. Currently, I work with the Knowledge Futures Group, developing tools for open data curation and sharing, I am a resident artist at Somerset House Studios, and I make up 25% of the research studio Foreign Objects.

If you are an activist group or community organisation looking for technical support, I'm normally happy to volunteer my time. You can get in touch with me at: agnesfcameron at protonmail dot com.

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05/10/2021 ↝ RuneScape Economics

As part of Trust’s New Stack research programme, I am giving a play-through and talk about the economics of the MMORPG RuneScape, exploring the in-game market economy and related effects of scams, bonds, gambling and real-world trading. The talk will be Thursday October 7th at 8pm CEST on the Trust Discord.

16/09/2021 ↝ Blue Sky Gardening

I’m taking part in Blue Sky Gardening: an exhibition of garden proposals and propositions, part of the Mecklenburgh Square Garden Project, with a simulation work about gardening and uncertainty. The exhibition runs from 25-28 of September, 11am-4pm.

09/09/2021 ↝ Transparencia Index

Work from my collaboration with the artist Federico Perez Villoro is on show from now until January 21, 2022 at El Museo de la Filatelia, Oaxaca, as part of the exhibition of archival and contemporary Mexican mail art Cartografías Ocultas.

25/06/2021 ↝ Lantern Strike

I helped artist Cici Wu to prototype a set of lightweight cameras that record shadows in images. Her show, Lantern Strike (Strong Loneliness), which includes the cameras and a film made using them, is on at 47 Canal until July 30th, 2021

20/05/2021 ↝ 6 Feet Apart

The project I’ve been working on with choreographer Karole Armitage was live-streamed as part of the NYLA Women:Create dance festival.

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