**UPDATE: Click here to see exhibition photos**
Sixpack Projects presents this fascinating exhibition that highlighting the plethora of information technologies in our contemporary culture, and how these technologies are being utilized and manipulated by artists working in a variety of media.
Be sure to join us for the opening reception on Saturday, August 28th!
The Collapse of Visual Information
Curated by Jennifer Frias and Lilia Lamas
Begovich Gallery (formerly the Main Art Gallery)
California State University, Fullerton
August 28 – September 30, 2010
Saturday, August 28, 5-8PM
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
Information permeates society today in unprecedented magnitudes and methods. Metadataphile: The Collapse of Visual Information features sixteen international artists who transform and recontextualize data into art that make socio-political statements. These artists appropriate, hack, pirate, and reorder metadata from objects, events and cultural phenomena into film, installation, painting, photography, sculpture, and sound.
VISIT THE SITE:
An exhibition catalog is available through California State University, Fullerton. Full-color, 160 pages, published and designed at Cal State University, Fullerton.
Cory Arcangel + Frankie Martin
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE:
Jason Varone will also be an artist in residence at Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana. Check back for more details.
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