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TALK: Bill Posters Invited To Speak @ Athens Democracy Forum, October 2021


I’m very pleased to announce that I have been invited to speak at the 2021 Athens Democracy Forum. I’ll be joining heads of state, politicians, diplomats, authors, journalists, campaigners and fellow artist Ai Weiwei to engage in the central themes of this year’s forum and will be contributing to discussions concerning creative activism and disinformation. […]

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TALK: From Synthetic Media To Synthetic Art, Aesthetica Art Prize, 2021


I’ll be giving a new talk entitled ‘Deepfakes: From Syntethic Media To Synthetic Art’, as part of the Aesthetica Art Prize ‘Future Now Symposium’ that runs from Weds 28th April – Sat 1st May 2021. To date, most of the coverage of synthetic media ie. deepfakes in the press, media, advocacy and academic spheres has […]

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WORKS: ‘Foundation Series'(2021) NFTs Available on Foundation


My latest synthetic art ‘Foundation Series’ (2021) is now available to collect as NFTs on Foundation. Each edition is 1 of 1, and the series will be listed over the coming week. You can collect the NFT series here: And see the full series of artworks on my site here.

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PRESS: Synthetic art featured in ‘Mirror with a Memory’, Carnegie Museum of Art podcast


You can listen to excerpts from my ‘Big Dada’ (2019) synthetic art work on the Carnegie Museum’s new podcast series entitled ‘Mirror With A Memory’. Debuting on February 1, 2021, the Mirror with a Memory podcast focuses on different facets of the conversation around artificial intelligence and photography—from biometrics and racial bias to the ways that […]

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PRESS: Bill Posters’ Synthetic Art Features in Frieze Magazine, Issue 216


Very pleased to share the news that my synthetic art practice is covered by Frieze magazine in their January edition issue 216. The article acts as a survey of synthetic (deep fake) new media art featuring a selection of works. “In 2019, Bill Posters’s deepfake video of Mark Zuckerberg telling viewers ‘whoever controls the data, […]

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R&D: ‘In Silico’, New Series of AI-Synthesised Personas (R&D)


For the last few months I’ve been focussing on generating sythesised images and video works using the ‘data exhaust’ from the GAN powered deepfake image making process. The series is entitled In Silico and each piece is comprised of a time-lapse of synthesized images generated by GANs (AI) during the deepfake computer vision process. For […]

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TALK: ‘Revised Utopias’, Alaska Design Forum, October 6th


I’ve been asked to deliver a lecture as part of the Alaska Design Forum’s Fall progamme that is focussed on the theme of revised utopias. I’ll be speaking alongside landscape architect Gunther Vogt, UK land artist Chris Drury and Michael Ford. I’ll be sharing my thoughts and words online on Tuesday 6th October (time TBD).I’ll […]

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BOOK: The Street Art Manual: A Guide To Hacking The City’ by Bill Posters, Laurence King Publishing


The Street Art Manual   Flexibound: 144 pages Publisher: Laurence King Publishing (3rd September 2020) Languages: English, French, Spanish, German ISBN-10: 1786275236 ISBN-13: 978-1786275233 Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.7 x 21.2 cm Price: £14.99 / $19.99 Release Date: 3rd September, 2020 Order International Language Versions: English French Spanish German The Street Art Manual: A Guide […]

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GALLERY: ‘Trust But Verify’ Opens @ Rochester Contemporary, New York


TRUST, BUT VERIFY   Opening Reception: September 4, 6-9pm Please reserve a viewing time here Trust, but verify presents three monumental projects that address our society’s current grappling with notions of truth, veracity and fact. The exhibition’s triad is structured around past, present, and future. Octavio Abundez’s “A Fake History of Humanity” uses wrong dates, quantities […]

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NEWS: Bill Posters Collab with Privacy International Announced


    I am really pleased to be able to share some much anticipated news concerning a new collaboration between myself and Privacy International. This collaboration will explore creative activism to aid in audience engagement and advocacy for Privacy International’s cross-cutting campaigns concerning government surveillance, corporate surveillance, migration and democracy. Privacy matters. It matters when […]

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BOOK: Brandalism Project featured in The Poster: A Visual History, V&A Museum


Very excited to receive a contributor copy of The Poster:A Visual History, a new book from the V&A museum that is a new visual resource for designers, illustrators and collectors. An arts activism project I co-founded in 2012 Called Brandalism is featured in the essay by Catherine Flood and Gill Saunders entitled ‘The Poster In […]

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PRESS: Damian Hirst Endorses ‘Spectre’, DISSIMULATION, Annka Kultys Gallery, London


  “No one cared who I was ’til I put on the mask” – Bane, The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

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GALLERY: ‘Dissimulation’, Solo Show @ Annka Kultys Gallery, Opening Today


DISSIMULATION, Annka Kultys Gallery, London Bill Posters, Solo Show 10th July – 10th August My first solo show is opening online at Annka Kultys Gallery today from 2pm GMT. I’m incredibly grateful for the support from Annka Kultys and can’t wait to exhibit a new series of deep fake new media works as part of […]

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INTERVIEW: Dada, Deep Fakes & Democracy, Radio Juxtapox, Episode 48


You can listen to a wide ranging conversation between myself and the Radio Juxtapoz team in the latest episode of their podcast. Huge thanks to Evan and Doug for the at times hilarious conversation mixed with a nice amount of critical explorations of my practice and background in art and activism. In the podcast I […]

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FEATURE: Spectre featured in Neural Magazine, Winter Issue 2020


You can catch a nice centrefold of Spectre in the Winter issue of Neural Magazine,  co-edited by Rachel O’Dwyer. Neural is a printed magazine established in 1993 dealing with new media art, electronic music and hacktivism. It is of particular interest and value to me personally because it takes a critical lens to digital culture […]

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GALLERY: New Show Announced, Annka Kultys Gallery, London


I am very fortunate to announce a show with Annka Kultys Gallery, London opening 10th July – 10th August 2020. I’m really excited to be working alongside Annka at the gallery as AKG is one of the most exciting new media galleries in the UK and Annka’s commitment to exploring and supporting artists that create […]

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PRESS: Interview, Washington Post (print & online)


There is a nice survey of interventionist art on the net including interviews with artists Petra Cortright, Constant Dullaart, Gretchen Andrew and myself alongside figures from arts institutions in the US including Stuart Comer, curator of media art at MOMA, Christine Paul, curator of new media arts at Whitney Museum, New York and Michael Connor, […]

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NOTES: Synthetic Art: Re-Presentation In The Age Of The Hypernormal


It’s been a year to the day since I uploaded ‘Big Dada / Public Faces’ on Instagram as a digital intervention to try to highlight the lack of policies on Instagram concerning synthesized media (deepfakes) and the potential impacts of this media on notions of truth, privacy and democratic processes. The video was one of […]

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PRESS: Synthesised Moving Image Works Acquired by National Film & TV Archive


I’m really pleased to share the following announcement! 😀 NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH? BFI NATIONAL ARCHIVE ACQUIRES ‘DEEPFAKE’ VIDEOS   The BFI National Archive has acquired a series of ‘deepfake’ videos of a number of high profile public figures including Donald Trump, Boris Johnson, Kim Kardashian and Mark Zuckerberg. The videos were produced as part […]

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FEATURE: Interview in Juxtapoz, Summer Issue


Amidst all this lockdown craziness which has seen lots of shows cancelled or postponed until next year there are some silver linings coming through. Now that the production is all wrapped up for Lil Uzi Vert’s music video I am really happy to share the news that a nice long interview will be appearing in […]

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PRESS RELEASE: World’s First Deep Fake Hip Hop Music Video Created For Atlantic Records


DADAESQUE DEEPFAKE MUSIC VIDEO PARODIES LIFE UNDER LOCKDOWN From the artist who sparked global debate with the viral Mark Zuckerberg deepfake [1], Bill Posters collaborates with Atlantic record’s multi-platinum selling artist Lil Uzi Vert to produce the world’s first Hip-hop music video that uses deep fake technologies. Directed by Grammy nominated Yasha Gruben [2], the […]

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IN CONVERSATION: ‘Rethinking The Corporation’, The Transnational Institute


A few months ago I had the great pleasure of being in conversation with Tchenna Maso and Nomi Prins for The Transnational Institute’s ‘State of Power’ report 2020. Tchenna Maso is a community lawyer and a member of the Movement of People Affected by Dams (MAB), a grassroots movement made up of affected communities leading […]

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AWARD: Spectre chosen for Columbia University ‘Digital Dozen: Breakthrough In Storytelling’ Award


The Digital Dozen: Breakthroughs in Storytelling Awards are presented by the Columbia University School of the Arts Digital Storytelling Lab for the year’s most innovative narratives. We are feeling very privileged to see Spectre selected as one of twelve projects this year. The program recognizes signal achievements across the broad spectrum of media that rely on […]

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GALLERY: ‘Vanguard: Bristol Street Art, The evolution of a global movement’, Bristol Museum, UK


An exciting new group show opens in Bristol this coming June. I’ve got some work in it alongside an exciting launch event that is currently under wraps! Here’s some more details on the exhibition: Opening: 6 June—1 November 2020 An extensive new exhibition celebrating the international street art movement will open at M Shed this […]

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GALLERY: ‘Trust, But Verify’, Rochester Contemporary, New York


Very pleased to announce I’ll be showing work alongside Daniel Howe, Octavio Abundez and Eric Kunsman this April as part of ‘Trust, but verify’, Rochester Contemporary Gallery, New York. April 3, 2020 – May 10, 2020 Opening Reception: April 3, 6-9pm Artists’ Talk: Saturday, April 4, 1pm Trust, but verify presents three monumental projects that address […]

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AWARD: Spectre Wins SXSW 2020 Artist Commission


After an agonising wait I am very pleased to announce that Spectre has been selected for a SXSW artist commission for this years programme. We will be joining 9 other artists and collectives for the exhibition programme in Austin, Texas. We are delighted to receive funding from Arts Council England Future Art & Culture, SXSW, […]

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FEATURE: ‘Spectre’ Short Film Added To British Council Film Directory


The documentary short ‘Spectre: A Detour Into Dataism’, produced as part of the Spectre projet has been added to the British Council Film Directory. The Spectre short film is the world’s first non-fiction documentary short to embed deep fake technologies as part of narrative story telling. You can view the short film here:   And […]

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INTERVIEW: ‘2020 State of Power Report’, The Transnational Institute


The Transnational Institute (TNI) is an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable world. For more than 40 years, TNI has served as a unique nexus between social movements, engaged scholars and policy makers. The TNI state that the Corporation is capitalism’s preeminent institution, dominating our economy, distorting our […]

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GALLERY: ‘Big Dada’ exhibiting at The Weizenbaum Institute, Berlin


We are delighted to announce that Big Dada (2019) will be exhibited at Berlin University of the Arts in partnership with the Weizenbaum Institute, Berlin, as part of the Practicing Sovereignty: Means of digital involvement conference and exhibition from 12th – 18th March this year. The Weizenbaum Institute aims to better understand the dynamics, mechanisms […]

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PRESS: The head of Instagram says company hasn’t taken down a fake video of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg because ‘the damage is done’


With all the intense press interest last year concerning the Spectre project, we missed this article by Business Insider in June last year concerning our digital intervention on Instagram that sought to critique their (distinct lack) of policies concerning synthesised media and misinformation. Here is a re-post of some of the content from the article, […]

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PRESS: Bill Posters’ New Media Work Listed In ‘Trends Of The Year’, Creative Review


The good folk at Creative Review have included Daniel Howe and I’s new media works in their annual ‘Trends of the Year: Creativity & Tech’ list for 2019. Unfortunately we can’t read the article as it’s behind a paywall but we have managed to extract a paragraph in relation to our work creating synthesised personas […]

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AWARD: Spectre Shortlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize


Spectre Shortlisted For Aesthetica Art Prize We are delighted to announce that Spectre has been shortlisted for the 2020 Aesthetica Art Prize. Both myself and Daniel Howe will join the remaining 16 artists for the Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition at York Contemporary opening 12th March 2020. This is a huge honour for us both considering […]

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Gallery: Group Show, Centre for Development of Visual Arts, Havana, Cuba, March 2020


  I’ll be joining a fascinating group of international new media artists for a group show at the Centre for the Development of Visual Arts (CDAV) in Havana, Cuba from 28th March – 16th May 2020. The exhibition entitled Non-Player Character features artists from Cuba, Slovenia, Venezuela, Chile and the UK.   Participating Artists: Vuk […]

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Gallery: Solo show ‘Big Dada’ announced at Art Exchange Gallery, University of Essex


Solo Show Announced at Art Exchange Gallery   As we round out 2019 it is great to be able to share some news regarding Daniel Howe and I’s first exclusive gallery show entitled Big Dada at Art Exchange gallery, University of Essex. The show opens from 16th January – 8th February 2020. The exhibition will […]

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Award: Spectre Longlisted for Aesthetica Art Prize 2020


Well this is definitely a nice early christmas present… It is with great pleasure that I can announce that Spectre has been longlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2020 and will feature in the publication Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology: Future Now! Slightly shell-shocked to get the news yesterday as we join the 100 contemporary artists […]

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Interview: Bill Posters on Al Jazeera’s Listening Post


‘Politics, porn and the toxic world of deepfakes’, Listening Post, Al Jazeera I had the pleasure of being interviewed by The Listening Post’s Tariq Nafi for the December 14th edition of the programme. Evocatively entitled ‘Politics, porn and the toxic world of deepfakes’, the programme takes a good critical examination of deepfake technologies and the […]

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Interview: Bill Posters on James Veitch’s Contractual Obligation, BBC Radio 4


You can listen to an at times intense and funny interview regarding deepfakes and surveillance capitalism on James Veitch’s Contractual Obligation series on BBC Radio 4 this Thursday 12th December. The episode is entitled ‘Deepfakes’ and is centred on James’ desire to deepfake his producer… Listen online here. Thanks to Laurence the producer for patching […]

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Interview: ‘The artist behind the Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn deepfakes’, Dazed Magazine


“Politicians and political ideologies have targeted and purposefully eroded the trust in journalism. Our ways of understanding the world around us and our relationship to others have been systemically decimated” – Bill Posters My latest project in collaboration with Future Advocacy has been receiving some good press interest after we used deep fake technologies to […]

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Interview: Prophet or puppet-master? Meet the man behind the Zuckerberg deepfake, Digital Trends


Huge thanks to Maya Shwayder from Digital Trends for the in depth interview and the interest in the ways in which my practice interrogates some of the most pressing issues of our time. Below is an excerpt with the full interview available via the link at the end. Bill Posters is a former street artist […]

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Feature: BBC News embedded throughout making of ‘Partly Political’ Broadcast deep fakes


I am please to be able to reveal that for the past 4 weeks, myself and my team have been working with BBC journalist Catrin Nye and the team from Victoria Derbyshire’s BBC morning news and current affairs programme to document the process of creating synthesised video content. Using a range of creative processes and […]

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PRESS RELEASE: ‘Deep Fakes’ of UK Politicians Call for Policies to Combat Misinformation


‘Partly Political’ Broadcasts use AI synthesised personas of Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn to raise awareness to lack of regulation concerning misinformation online. AI synthesised videos depicting Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn endorsing each other for Prime Minister have been released by Bill Posters and the Future Advocacy think […]

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Feature: Spectre added to MIT Docubase Lab


Spectre has been added to the MIT Docubase Lab, a curated database of the people, projects, and technologies transforming documentary in the digital age. They believe that documentaries play a vital role in our democracy and culture and that today’s technologies and techniques offer creative possibilities for expression: the promise of new voices, and the […]

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Interview: Artist Profile in The Economist’s Latest Film


‘Could Deepfakes Weaken Democracy?’ – The Economist Films   I’m pleased to be able to share the latest film from The Economist’s ‘Now & Next’ series entitled ‘Could Deepfakes Weaken Democracy?’. The short film features an artist profile of my work and the work that myself and Daniel Howe have been doing concerning the artistic […]

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Gallery: ‘Big Dada’ showing at HOME, Manchester, UK


In November both myself and Dr Daniel Howe will be showing Big Dada as part of the Alternate Realities exhibition at HOME gallery in Manchester UK. Big Dada is a series of ‘deep fake’ moving image works that were inserted into social media channels as a digital intervention in June 2019. Big Dada is part […]

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Exhibition Catalogue: ‘Art Strikes Back’


Huge thanks to curator Christian Madsen at Museum Jorn for sending the ‘Art Strikes Back’ exhibition catalogue with a lovely note inside. Also a very kind reference from Christian to Spectre in the introduction to the catalogue – indeed ‘the avant-garde will not give up!’. There are also essays from some great writers including Mark […]

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Interview: ‘Protest By Design: The Creatives Performing Acts of Political Sedition’, Design Week


“Graphic design has always been there as a servant of the protest”     The good folks at Design Week have interviewed me alongside Jonathan Barnbrook and Led By Donkeys as we implore designers to learn from history and find space to perform pointed acts of political sedition today using the power of their creative […]

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Interview: Live on BBC Radio 4 Today Programme


You can catch me on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme discussing the Spectre installation and the ‘Big Dada’ series of deep fakes that went viral on Instagram this year as we successfully managed to troll one of the largest tech giants on earth. Raising important questions in the process concerning how computational forms of […]

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Gallery: ‘Big Dada’ exhibited at ‘Art Strikes Back’, Museum Jorn, Denmark


‘Big Dada’ (2019) is now on show at Museum Jorn in Denmark as part of the Art Strikes Back exhibition running from 15th September – 8th December 2019. ‘Art Strikes Back: From Jorn to Banksy’ Art as a watchdog for freedom of speech and democracy. The pivotal point is the artistic strategy of the “détournement”, […]

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Feature: ‘Spectre’ profiled in Rankin’s guest issue of The Drum magazine


The Drum’s October issue is guest edited by renowned photographer Rankin, who takes a look at the subject of honesty. The result is “Sell Me the Truth”. From whistle-blowers to big data to creativity and the climate crisis, this provocative edition of the magazine takes a long hard look at the advertising industry in the […]

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Interview: How Worried Should We Be About Deep Fakes?, BBC World Service


You can hear my contribution to the latest episode of Trending on BBC World Service from tomorrow. The programme includes contributions from Hao Li, myself and others as we explore the creative and political implications of deep fake technologies. You can stream the episode here. Programme Synopsis: Recently an app called Zao zoomed up the […]

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Gallery: New work showing at ‘Art Strikes Back’, Museum Jorn, Denmark


Art as a watchdog for freedom of speech and democracy Both myself and Daniel Howe will be showing a new piece of video art entitled ‘Big Dada’ (2019) as part of the ‘Art Strikes Back: From Jorn to Banksy’ exhibition which opens 15th September 2019 at Museum Jorn in Silkeborg, Denmark. ‘Art Strikes Back’ is […]

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Interview: ‘On Deep Fakes & Transparency’, Creative Review


The Role of Art in Understanding Complex Changes in Politics & Tech   Really pleased to see an extended version of an online interview I had with Creative Review in June now in print form for the latest August / September issue. Unfortunately access to the online article is behind a paywall so I’ve included […]

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Talk: Spectre @ MUTEK 20, Montreal


In a little under 2 weeks time I’ll be joining some fascinating artists and thinkers at MUTEK Montreal, Canada for the 20th edition of the MUTEK festival. I will be presenting 2 presentations as part of this years programme. The first covers my most recent work interrogating computational propagandas and the logics of Dataism and […]

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I wanted to share an updated version of an essay that appears in ‘THEY LIVE: A Visual & Cultural Awakening’ as the publication is sold out now and I feel there is more to say on the matters that are explored in the original essay. It is also good to make these things less exclusive […]

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‘The Zuckerberg Deepfake Heard Around The World’


On the 1st June, myself and Daniel Howe released ‘Big Dada’ – a series of 5, AI generated ‘deep fake’ artworks into Instagram’s algorithms. Released as a digital intervention and an extension of the Spectre project’s detournement of the Digital Influence Industry, our approach was to use AI and ML to hack and subvert the […]

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‘Spectre: A Detour Into Dataism’ Short Film Released. World’s First Non-Fiction Short Using Deep Fake technologies


It’s a little strange to be writing these words. ‘Spectre’, my latest installation in collaboration with Danie Howe became one of the world’s largest global press stories of the past week which centred on a viral AI generated artwork of Mark Zuckerberg as a ‘deep fake’. We always set out to detourne many aspects of […]

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Interview: ‘Deep fakes: Can we believe anything we see online?’, Channel 4 News


I had the pleasure of being interviewed on Channel 4 news for a short feature concerning deep fake technologies and why Daniel Howe and I created the Spectre project.   Our series of deep fake artworks were released onto Instagram as a digital intervention to challenge their policies concerning misinformation online. One of these artworks […]

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Gallery: ‘Spectre’ Launches ( Press Release)


Spectre, a new art installation by Bill Posters and Daniel Howe, is poised to reveal the secrets of the Digital Influence Industry, but only if you are willing, as the artists say, to ‘pray at the altar of Dataism with the Gods of Silicon Valley’. Spectre premiers at Site Gallery, Sheffield, as part of the […]

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Award: Bill Posters wins Sheffield Doc/Fest ‘Alternate Realities’ £20,000 commission


I’m incredibly pleased to finally announce that myself and fellow artist Dr.Daniel Howe have won the Sheffield Doc/Fest Alternate Realities artist commission for 2019 for our collaborative installation entitled Spectre. We are delighted that we were selected by the international panel of judges comprised of representatives from Sheffield Doc/Fest, Site Gallery, British Council, MUTEK and […]

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Interview: Hate Zine’s ‘Activist of the Month’ – Bill Posters


Hate Magazine have kindly selected me as their activist of the month which kicks off the year nicely. You can head over to their (independant) platform to read an indepth interview that covers subvertising’s past, present and future.The interview also releases a few previously unreleased details of Brandalism projects, as well as a deeper explanation […]

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BOOK: ‘THEY LIVE: A Visual & Cultural Awakening’, 30th Anniversary Release


Various authors. Foreword by John Carpenter. Edited by Craig Oldham   In homage to the film that launched a thousand street art careers, Rough Trade Books is releasing They Live: A Cultural & Visual Awakening – a 30 year anniversary publication in homage to John Carpenter’s classic cult film: THEY LIVE! The book includes an […]

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Feature: ‘Lay Mordaza Me Obliga’ – In conversation with Valtonyc @ Brooklyn Street Art


‘All art is political.’ – Valtonyc   Brooklyn Street Art have featured an extended article that explores my recent intervention in Barcelona entitled ‘Lay Mordaza Me Obliga’ / ‘The Gag Law Made Me Do It’. Through some back channel communications it was possible to connect with Valtonyc – the Catalonian rapper currently in exile in […]

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Gallery: ‘Distress Call’ unveiled at ‘Intervention’, HCSC Gallery, London


Bill Posters has unveiled a new installation entitled ‘Distress Call’ as part of his work that is currently on display at ‘Intervention’, a group show of over 30 contemporary street artists at HCSC Gallery, London.     ‘Distress Call’ Medium: Steel, cotton tape Dimensions: variable 2018 A distress signal indicates that a person or group […]

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Gallery: ‘Intervention’ Group Show, HCSC Gallery, London


‘Intervention’ November 30  – December 22   Bill Posters will be showing a new installtion at ‘Intervention’, an exhibition of over 30 contemporary artists (including works by Paul Insect, Peter Kennard and Cat Phillips, Aida Wilde, Mobstr and Helen Bur) which opens in the gallery at East London’s new artist-hub and studio workspace: The Hackney Creative […]

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‘Waste World’ – A #BlackFriday Project


‘Waste World’   Released on #BlackFriday, Bill Posters’ latest project ‘Waste World’ interrogates the impacts of Fast Fashion and consumer waste with a series of subvertising installations. Timed for release on the biggest global retail event of the year, ‘Waste World’ looks at the true impact of the world’s rubbish – from clothes to plastic […]

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Campaign: ‘Waste World’ Teaser released


‘WASTE WORLD’ Turn that volume all the way up… Bill Posters new video drops tomorrow just in time for #BLACKFRIDAY Full video released: Friday 23rd November Follow Bill on Insta to see the full video tomorrow: @BrandalismProject #WasteWorld Music By: Georgia – ‘Intro’ Film By: Standby Studios  

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Feature: BSA Film Friday – ‘Lay Mordaza Me Obliga’


The fine folks at Brooklyn Street Art have featured the short film of Bill Posters’ latest interventions in Catalonia on their weekly BSA Film Friday rosta. Head over to BSA to see ‘LayMordaza Me Obliga’ and the other moving street art films that have been selected this week. Here’s the link.

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Campaign: New ‘Waste World’ intervention seen in Manchester, UK


A new advert for Nike has been spotted in Manchester… In support of @newinternationalist magazine’s latest issue, Bill Posters is interrogating the impacts of Fast Fashion and consumer waste with a series of subvertising installations to draw attention to the core issues. This campaign looks at the true impact of the world’s rubbish – from […]

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Campaign: ‘Waste World’ subvertising seen in Brixton, London


Bill Posters continues his ‘Waste World’ subvertising campaign with an installation in Brixton London. In support of @newinternationalist magazine’s latest issue, Bill Posters is interrogating the impacts of Fast Fashion and consumer waste with a series of subvertising installations to draw attention to the core issues. This campaign looks at the true impact of the […]

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Campaign: Bill Posters launches ‘Waste World’ – a new series of subvertising installations across the UK


In support of New Internationalist magazine’s latest issue on Waste, Bill Posters has been taking the issues and conversations covered in the magazine into the streets of the UK to interrogate the reality and impacts of consumer waste in the spaces and places where we all consume. Bill Posters says that “this unique series of […]

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Intervention: ‘Ley Mordaza Me Obliga’ / ‘The Gag Law Made Me Do It’


  ‘You can’t limit art’ – Valtònyc   Portrait in Exile 1 – Valtonyc Catalonian rapper   Portrait in Exile 2 – Anna Gabriel, Former spokes for Catalan pro-Independence campaign, Former parliamentary deputy for Catalonian CUP Party     ‘Ley Mordaza Me Obliga’ / ‘The Gag Law Made Me Do it’   Intervention duration: 3 […]

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Feature: Editorial artwork for New Internationalist magazine


New Internationalist is a leading independent media organization dedicated to socially conscious journalism and publishing. They are proud to be a multi-stakeholder co-operative co-owned by their workers and in August this year they approached Bill Posters with the opportunity to contribute an editorial artwork in support of their latest issue ‘The Dirt On Waste’. We […]

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Gallery: ‘YOU WILL’ unveiled at Artmossphere III Street Art Biennale, Moscow


  ‘YOU WILL: A Detour Into Dataism’ Bill Posters has unveiled his latest body of new works entitled ‘YOU WILL: A Detour Into Dataism’ at the Artmossphere III Street Art Biennale held at the Winzavod Centre for Contemporart Art in Moscow, Russia. 25 years ago, AT&T’s prescient 1993 ad campaign entitled ‘YOU WILL’ launched the […]

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Gallery: Bill Posters @ Artmossphere III Street Art Biennale, Moscow


Bill Posters joins a rosta of 40 international public realm artists selected from over 300 entrants to exhibit new works this August at the Artmossphere III Street Art Biennale in Moscow, Russia. The exhibition of street wave artists will present works by all artists created during an art-residence in Moscow. The main project of the […]

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