One of the most widespread terms in contemporary art is also one of the most cryptic. Just what defines an artwork as post-Internet? And what are the larger implications of this concept for art and social histories? The first in a three-part series aimed at breaking down big ideas in art theory, this lecture will examine what it means to create visual culture in a world “after the Internet”.
This is part of a Lecture Series – Some Disassembly Required
October 1 – Defining Post-Internet Art – 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm – Studio 106
November 5 – A Guide to Supermodernity – 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm – Studio 106
December 3 – Queer Co-Opted – 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm – Studio 106
All are welcome!
To help maintain community safety and contain the spread of COVID-19, Artscape has temporarily closed its community cultural hub facilities to the public and cancelled all Artscape-led in-person programming. We are monitoring public health and government recommendations regarding the reopening of non-essential businesses and public gatherings to guide our decision on a re-opening date.
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