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Mongrel

Mongrel (1995-2008) were the combined socially engaged cultural practices and products of Richard-Pierre-Davis, Mervin Jarman, Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji.

Mongrel

Mongrel

Mongrel is a mixed bunch of people and machines that make socially engaged cultural products employing any and all technological advantages they can lay their hands on. Part of their collaborative project is learning to program, engineer and build their own software and custom hardware. The core group are Matsuko Yokokoji, Richard Pierre-Davis and Graham Harwood.

bio: 1998

Mongrel was founded in 1997 by Matsuko Yokokoji, Richard Pierre-Davis and Graham Harwood. Mongrel has created collaborative, socially engaged cultural products including National Heritage and the Natural Selection search engine to international acclaim. In 1999, Harwood/Mongrel received two national awards, The Clarks Digital Bursary and the Imaginaria Award from which emerged the software Linker - exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art and Watershed Bristol.

http://www.mongrel.org.uk

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