Monday 29 June 2009, 7 – 9pm
St. Pierre & Miquelon will be presenting a collection of 101 Leaks. Using the popular ‘101’ format, the collective will present a range of data leaks that have happened throughout history. Exploring ideas around the ‘database state’ their examples range from corporate losses of customers information, to music albums that have found their way into the world before official releases.
St. Pierre & Miquelon is a collective who work on self-initiated and commissioned projects and practice as both designers and artists. Previous work has included talks, reviews, publications and events, which have been used to deliver work on a range of subjects such as the UK citizenship test and issues surrounding copyright and safety measures in public space.
St. Pierre & Miquelon is the collective name of Simon Elvins, Julie Hill and Tom Mower, who all met and graduated from the MA Communication Art & Design, Royal College of Art, London in 2006. They have presented at Published & be Damned, London (2008); Permanent Gallery, Brighton (2008); Gasworks, London (2007) and Circus on the Circus, Arnold Circus, London, (2007).