networked art: places-between-places
(with the collaboration of Helena Barranha, Susana S. Martins and Raquel Pereira)
Until 19 Nov 2015
The unplace, networked art:places-between-places online exhibition brings 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.
This curatorial project was based on the research work carried out by the unplace team, and it started with an International Call for Projects, in 2014, aiming to find “artistic proposals that challenge the modes of creation and reception of works of art in a purely virtual and networked exhibition space, in a museum without a place” (see www.unplace.org ).
Artistas representados: Ahmed El Saher (Egipto), Ai Weiwei (China) & Olafur Eliasson (Dinamarca/Alemanha), Alfredo Jaar (Chile/EUA), Art is Open Source (Itália), Clement Valla (França/EUA), Giselle Beiguelman (Brasil), MIIAC-João Paulo Serafim (Portugal), JODI (Bélgica/Holanda), John Barber (EUA), Paula Levine (Canadá/EUA), Thomson & Craighead (Reino Unido), Wilfredo Prieto (Cuba), Perry Bard (Canadá), LiMaC-Sandra Gamarra (Peru/Espanha) & Antoine-Henry Jonquères (França/Espanha), Hanna Husberg (Finlândia/Suécia) & Laura McLean (Austrália/Reino Unido), S.A.R.L. grupo (Portugal).