The Super Art Modern Museum (SPAMM) takes its work outside the digital realm once again with the SPAMM@Webtics group show, held at Brooklyn’s Wendy’s Subway on September 6.
Curated by the French creator of SPAMM Systaime a.k.a Michaël Borras, as well as Venezuela’s Helena Acosta and Alan Schaffer, the group exhibition explores the influence of the internet on traditional political power structures, and questions what benefit, if any, it has had on the contemporary artist.
With works by over 30 contemporary artists, including Lorna Mills, Claudia Maté, and Beatriz Sánchez, SPAMM@Webtics shows how the modern artist uses the web to “remove the prevalence of a single speech”, showing other ways of communicating and creating.
See the SPAMM@Webtics exhibition site for details. **
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