unplace: June 19-Nov 19, 2015
I am pleased to have TheWall-TheWorld included in unplace: networked art: places-between-places. unplace is an online exhibition bringing together “Internet and web-specific artworks in which the tensions between real and virtual spaces are highlighted through online practices, ranging from geopoetics, fiction and hacktivism to participatory projects in networked environments.”
Other artists in the exhibition include: Ahmed El Saher (Egypt), Ai Weiwei (China) & Olafur Eliasson (Denmark, Germany), Alfredo Jaar (Chile/USA), Art is Open Source (Italy), Clement Valla (France/USA), Giselle Beiguelman (Brazil), MIIAC-João Paulo Serafim (Portugal), JODI (Belgium/Netherlands), John Barber (USA), Paula Levine (Canada/USA), Thomson & Craighead (UK), Wilfredo Prieto (CUB), Perry Bard (Canadá), LiMaC –Sandra Gamarra (Peru/Spain) & Antoine-Henry Jonquères (France/Spain), Hanna Husberg (Finland/Sweden) & Laura McLean (Australia/UK), S.A.R.L. group (Portugal).
Please visit the online exhibition here.
unplace: networked art is part unplace: a museum without a place, which is the larger curatorial project with a wide, investigative scope evidenced through their publications, conference and database exploring work that “propose new relationships between art, society and technology” and questions or reshapes “paradigms of physical space and artistic experience.” You can view the project site here.