The UCCA exhibition "Art Post-Internet" is curated by Karen Archey and Robin Peckham. The show offers a critical examination of an inter-generational group of European and American artists for whom ubiquitous digital transmission is the norm.
As the practice of post-internet have not yet been sufficiently or critically introduced or interpreted, this exhibition aims to redress this imbalance by allowing for substantíve commentary and conversation. The talk invites the two curators to introduce their ideas and thoughts about the exhibition and internet-related art practices. The lecture is moderated by UCCA Director Phillip Tinari.
*Space is limited; no late entry.
*Collect your ticket from the ticket desk 30 minutes before the event begins.
*Please bring an ID card to rent simultaneous interpretation equipment. Equipment rental is free.
Karen Archey is an art critic and curator based in New York. Her writing has been featured in Spike Art Quarterly, Art-Agenda, Frieze, Kaleidoscope, Art Review, and LEAP, where she writes a bilingual column on emerging Western art. Archey regularly speaks about internet-related art practices, including at the International Center of Photography, New York; Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava; and the Institute of Contemporary Art, London, where she organized the panel “Post-Net Aesthetics” in collaboration with Rhizome at the New Museum.
Robin Peckham is an independent curaor and editor based in Hong Kong. He operated the project space Saamlung from 2011 to 2013. He has also organized exhibitions for institutions including the City University of Hong Kong. His has written for Artfoum, LEAP, Monopol, and Yishu, as well as books for the Minsheng Art Museum, Para/Site Art Space, and Timezone8, including monographs on video art pioneer Zhang Peili and architectural interventionists MAP Office.