Every other month, we showcase an artist or collective who push the potential of viewing art on our browsers. The exhibitions we host experiment with web development to question the placement of internet art in galleries, cheat curatorial hierarchies and look at how websites can be appropriated as an emancipatory technology.
For proposals, we suggest considering current internet infrastructures and social impacts, in dialogue with 90s cyberfeminist net art (i.e VNS Matrix, Shu Lea Cheang, etc), highlighting the shifting contexts between then and now. Keywords include: populism, biased algorithms, online dating, neoliberalism and care work.
We welcome proposals which ambitiously engage with the focus of External Pages. While applicants with coding experience are preferred, this exhibition may be an opportunity for artists with little to no coding skills to realise a project in a digital format as we do offer technical support.
To submit, please fill out the form below. The deadline is at midnight on Friday 14th of June. Due to the volume of applications, we aren’t always able to reply to every submission.
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