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Feb 21, 2009

The Future Is Not What It Used To Be

posted at 18:18 GMT by T.Whid in /news/twhid

Cool show opening @ Postmasters next weekend!

Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 6:00pm
Postmasters Gallery
459 West 19th Street (at 10th Avenue)

“the future is not what is used to be” brings together artists engaged in the Internet shaped culture. Through drawings, photographs, sculpture, video, and online projects they explore social interaction in a networked world, reflection in the times of speed, new communication tools and smart technologies affecting cultural and sociopolitical reality, sustainable strategies for contemporary life, connectivity and dis-connect, digital/analog divide, instantaneity and obsolescence, the web as the largest image depository ever, and new forms of appropriation, means of production, and modes of political engagement.


Kevin Bewersdorf
Charles Broskoski
Marc Horowitz
Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung
Kristin Lucas
Michael Mandiberg
Eva and Franco Mattes (
Joe McKay
JooYoun Paek
Marcin Ramocki & Paul Slocum (with Spiritsurfers)

If you’re on Facebook, you can check out the event here; there’s lots more info. permanent link to this post

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