Pizzabook Featured in the Unlike Exhibition in Chapelle des Augustins – Poitiers (France)

Unlike Exhibition 2016 in France

Pizzabook is thrilled to announce that we will be on display at the Unlike Exhibition in Chapelle des Augustins – Poitiers (France) from 2 to 26 February, 2016, curated by Thomas Cheneseau.

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—Artists—

César Escudero Andaluz (Linz)
http://escuderoandaluz.com

Erica Lapadat-Janzen (Vancouver)
http://ericalapadatjanzen.tumblr.com

Anthony Antonellis (New York)
http://www.anthonyantonellis.com

Grégory Chatonsky (Montréal / Paris)
http://www.chatonsky.net

Raphaël Isdant (Paris)
http://www.raphaelisdant.fr

Felipe Rivas San Martin (Santiago)
http://www.feliperivas.com

Carrie Gates (Saskatoon)
http://www.vjcarriegates.com

Benjamin Grosser (Chicago)
http://bengrosser.com

Antonin Laval (Paris)
https://www.facebook.com/bien.oubien.752

Kaja Cxzy Andersen (Brooklyn)
http://kajacxzyandersen.com

Clift N. Anthony aka Bored Lord (Phoenix)
https://soundcloud.com/boredlord

Milo Reinhardt & Conan Lai (Montréal)
http://www.miloreinhardt.com

Jonas Lund (Amsterdam)
http://jonaslund.biz/works-archive

Unlike is an exhibition designed by Thomas Cheneseau, media artist and curator, that present the issue of social networks and digital identity in terms of artistic diversions. The show brings together for the first time, a selection of international artists who appropriate Facebook in their work.

The project is a request from the French Ministry of Culture (DRAC Poitou-Charentes) and supported by Espace Mendes France and Réseau Canopé.

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Pizzabook mentioned in The Creator’s Project

The Creator's Project - Carrie Gates and Pizzabook

We are delighted to let you know that Pizzabook was mentioned in The Creator’s Project in an artist profile about Carrie Gates, the creator of Pizzabook! The article was written by Nadja Sayej and we’re super happy to be part of it. Thanks Nadja! 🙂

Read the Article on the Creator’s Project

 

How to Update Pizzabook in Chrome

The code for Pizzabook gets updated from time to time, so it is good to know how to update your installation of Pizzabook when it is ready. When you have Stylish and Pizzabook installed, you will see a small “S” icon to the right of your URL bar. If there is a little white number at the bottom of the “S” icon, it means there is an update.

To update Pizzabook, click on the Stylish browser bar icon and select “Manage installed styles”, then select “Check for Update” to get the latest version.

How To Update Pizzabook in Chrome

How To Update Pizzabook in Chrome