After the Net explores the paradoxical development of the Internet. As the current Web 2.0 hype begins to wane, the exhibition reflects upon the promises of technological progress, global networking and instantaneous communication. Presented artworks draw attention to key developments: from cybernetics to free and open source software, and social networking platforms.
Reflected in the title, the exhibition makes explicit reference to the documentary film The Net by Lutz Dammbeck (2003), and has three iterations: for Valencia (2008), Plymouth (2009) and Toluca (2010). The selection of artists is updated for each venue as a new version.
- Roy Ascott, Blackboard Notes (1967), special poster edition of 1000 produced for After the Net (2.0) by KURATOR
- Wayne Clements, logo_wiki (2007), and The Best and Worst of Possible Worlds (2009)
- Arcángel Constantini, NANODRIZAS (2009)
- Geoff Cox, antisocial notworking for Arnolfini (2008), and with Duncan Shingleton, Hello World! (2008)
- Lutz Dammbeck, The Net: The Unabomber, LSD and the Internet (2003)
- Alejandro García, Three-face mirror (2010)
- Rui Guerra, www_hack (2008)
- Linda Hilfling, Participation 0.0 - Part I (2007)
3 March 2010, 11:30 - 12:00, Auditorium 3
- Geoff Cox, Antisocial Notworking
4 March 2010, 16:20 - 18:00, Auditorium 3
- Linda Hilfling, Gate Peepin
- Alejandro García, The three face mirror
- Arcángel Constantini, Nanodrizas
The participation of Linda Hilfling was supported by the Danish Arts Council Committee for International Visual Art.