A talk and workshop led by curator and writer Robin Lynch about the hidden architectures of the Internet, and its relationship to art, cats, “Post-Internet,” representation, Silicon Valley, power, and community. The talk will not only look at the mechanisms that structure the internet and public mentalities or usage, it will also examine how both the infrastructure and mentalities fostered by communications technologies create hierarchies and networks. Specifically within art practices, Robin will speak to how these networks can greatly affect representation, and content.
The workshop will begin with a talk, followed by a curatorial workshop. Participants are asked to bring an exhibition proposal (up to 500 words – artist list not required) relating to communications infrastructures – such as curating digital media, online curation, or exhibitionary concepts related to the internet and technology. As a group, we will discuss the proposals in relation to the content covered in the talk, and explore further avenues. The talk and workshop are open to 10 participants.
Date: 12 March 2016, 1pm – 4pm
Venue: Grey Projects, 6B Kim Tian Road, Singapore 169246
Participation fee: $30
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When: 12 Mar 2016, 1pm - 4pm
Venue/Organizer: Grey Projects