We Have Never Been Post-Internet
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|Publication status||Published - 3 Feb 2019|
|Title||3rd International Symposium for Media Art|
|Location||NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]|
|Period||2 - 3 February 2019|
This essay reexamines the exhibition that I curated on August, 2018 at Jogja National Museum 'Internet of (No)Things' by navigating through its conceptual framework. The exhibition draws several concepts ranging from the Internet infrastructure in Indonesia to the current global phenomena of digital surveillance and bioengineering. In this essay, I raise the question, that in the time where the Internet is heavily controlled and rigorously monetized, how do we create our own global village? What kind of collective survival do we need? What kind of aesthetic form and artistic practices needed in order to respond to the contemporaneity of network society? Following these, I argue that we should rethinking and reconfiguring the several notions entangle with the Internet: its origin, its universality and its mode of representation.
- post-Internet, Net art, Indonesia
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