Tate Britain 2000

Black Shoals Stock Market Planetarium was exhibited at Tate Britain in London, 2000-1, as part of Art and Money Online, curated by Julian Stallabrass. The project had been in development since 1998


Artists: Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway

Designer of Alife: Cefn Hoyle, Bt Future Technology Group 

Stephane Corthesy and Marco Scheurer – Sen:te, Switzerland, Tim Tyler, Philip Mötteli

Web site design: David Rainsford, Simeon Portway, Erik Doernenburg, Igor Clark, Stuart Smith and Christof Ulbrich



Cefn Hoyle, BT Future Technology Group, Jon Bird and Mathew Tizard – Cognitive and Computing Sciences Department, University of Sussex, Joe Faith, Torsten Reil – Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Fabrice Chantemarque and Jean-Alexis Montignies – Sen:te, Switzerland, Will Smith, Philip Mötteli and Tim Tyler



Prof. Julian Stallabrass, The Courtauld Institute in London, Daniel G. Weaver, Ph.D. – Rutgers University, US, Anne Marie Highley, Karen Dore and Ian Meadows – Reuters, Thomas S. Ray – Professor of Zoology, Department of Zoology, University of Oklahoma, Phil Husbands, Jon Bird, Mathew Tizard & Inman Harvey – Cognitive and Computing Sciences Department at the University of Sussex, UK, Prof. Anders Grosen, Arne Molgaard Frandsen and Ken Nyholm – The Danish Business School in Aarhus, Matthew Chalmers – Department of Computer Science, Glasgow University and Max Bruche, London School of Economics + many others