ecksenis.net featured at:
The last event in a week of openings, join us online on Sunday to browse through work from over 100 artists from an anonymized list.
Ragnhild Aamås, Avantika Agarwal, Alex Anderson, Rosana Antoli, Saelia Aparicio, Uliana Apatina, Louise Atkinson, Emma Bäcklund, Gaby Bila-Günther, David Blandy, Anne de Boer, Eloise Bonneviot, Lucy Boyle, Luke Burton, Shane Butler, Ana Cârlan, Lauren Cohen, Cristina Cojanu, Adam Curse, Elizabeth De Witt, Andrew Deem, Débora Delmar Corp., Luci Eldridge, Paige Emery, Mark Essen, Debra Fear, Yvonne Feng, Jack Fisher, Grant Foster, Isabella Fürnkäs, Gabriele Garavaglia, Ludovica Gioscia, Justin John Greene, Aurelia Guo, Felicity Hammond, David Hanes, Katrin Hanusch, Byzantia Harlow, Saemundur Thor Helgason, Robbin Heyker, Joey Holder, Krzysztof Honowski, Marie Jacotey, Jeanaej, Perce Jerrom, Stelios Karamanolis, Nina Kettiger, Meeyoung Kim, Franziska Klötzler, Jana Koelmel, Vikenti Komitski, Ignas Krunglevicius, Gonçalo Lamas, Kathrin Landa, Clair Le Couteur, Lisa Lee, August LeGrand, Mauricio Limon, George Little, Omri Sebastien Livne, Sophie Mackfall, Emiliano Maggi, Michela de Mattei, Lucie McLaughlin, Anastasia Mina, Diego Miguel Mirabella, Gorka Mohamed, Simone Monsi, Alice Morey, Campbell Morgan, Garrett Nelson, Renana Neuman, Tristan Daniel Nicolas, Guy Oliver, Matan Oren, Chrischa Venus Oswald, Duncan Paré, Yuri Pattison, Valentina Pini, Frederique Pisuisse, Lucia Pizzani, Gianandrea Poletta, Xandra Popescu, Oscar Ramos, Faron Ray, Ilona Sagar, Karl Sims, Sisters From Another Mister, Paul Sochacki, Marco Strappato, Michaël Borras A.K.A Systaime, Viktor Timofeev, UBIQ, J. Andrée de León Urcuyo, Alain Urrutia, Julia Varela, Nikhil Vettukattil, Andrea Williamson, Keef Winter, Isobel Wohl, Jennifer Leigh Wright, Thomas Yeomans, Jaeyeon Yoo, Yorkson, Guimi You, Madalina Zaharia, Rafal Zajko, Ben Zawalich, Richard Zeiss, Vivien Zhang
This exhibition relies on the curatorial method to stake some claims about online exhibitions spaces, the role of the curator, and the amount of content that exists online. The online exhibition is a format that can work in ways which a physical exhibition cannot. Works by different artists can come together in online archives that might never exist side-by-side otherwise. The role of the curator in an online space is undefined and unrestricted. Unlike the physical restrictions of gallery spaces and practical monetary issues of exhibition production, online space is relatively limitless. Responding to this condition as well as the distracted, incongruous, and unrelated streams of information with which we are regularly provided by online platforms, the curator decided to respond with an open invitation to 500 artists via a Facebook event to which about 1/5 of the artists replied. The ways in which the internet connects people, the blend between professional and personal life, and the massive amounts of available online content are brought together to question the role of the online exhibition, the online curator, and the impact of social media in our lives.