NAUSEA - A VR Exhibition
NAUSEA - A Virtual Reality exhibition for the HTC Vive, curated and produced by Philip Hausmeier and his startup Metaphysics - presents six artworks by the artists Eddie Peake, Florian Meisenberg, Anne de Vries, Rubén Grilo, Jack Strange and Anna K.E. The works are connected through an innovative portal system, showing a prototype of how art could be experienced in the future.
Zata Banks, Curator
Zata Banks FRSA is a curator, artist and brand specialist. She founded the PoetryFilm research art project in 2002 and her work focuses on semiotics, language, transcreation and multimodality.
#WanderingWILDING: Movement as Movement
Legacy Russell, Curator
Legacy Russell is a writer, artist, and cultural producer. Born and raised in New York City's East Village, her academic and creative work focuses on gender, performance, digital selfdom, idolatry, and new media ritual. Her first book Glitch Feminism will be published by Verso in 2017.
Reuse, remix, recode: Digital identity politics and the Power of PL►Y
Katherine Finerty, Curator
Katherine Finerty is a curator focusing in socially activated practices and contemporary translocal art. She works collaboratively to develop alternative global discourses and multi-disciplinary art experiences that encourage progressive exchanges and participation.
Melanie Eckersley, Hannah Ford, Jasmine Johnson, Scott Lyman, Scott Mason, Abri de Swardt
New Contemporaries, London
New Contemporaries is the leading UK organisation supporting emergent art practice from British Art Schools. Since 1949 New Contemporaries has consistently provided a critical platform for new and recent fine art graduates primarily by means of an annual, nationally touring exhibition.
Graham Dolphin, Jake Chapman, Joachim Koester & Stefan A. Pedersen
Gutter Records, Copenhagen
The Gutter is both a record store and a label for music made by artists. The store is placed inside David Risley Gallery and the label is managed by Risley as well.
Sara Ludy, Jonathan Monaghan, Quayola
bitforms gallery, New York
Founded in 2001, bitforms gallery represents established, mid-career, and emerging artists critically engaged with new technologies. Spanning the rich history of media art through its current developments, the gallery’s program offers an incisive perspective on the fields of digital, internet, software-based, and new media art forms.