Like that of most post-internet artists, both the focus of Dullaart’s work and the medium through which it is expressed are intimately tied to the internet and the digital world in which we increasingly live our lives. The ubiquity with which the internet has permeated our culture has sweeping consequences, but ones often left unexplored and obscure. Dullaart’s exhibition zeros in the unanswered questions, begging questions like who is responsible for the production of machinery that is beginning to govern our lives, and what the human costs of this movement towards a digital existence will be.
To read more from aqnb about Constant Dullaart, check out our feature-length interview with the artist, or get caught up on his latest exhibitions at Import Projects, Future Gallery, The White Building, and Moving Image London.
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