Everything You See Is In The Past

About

Everything You See Is In The Past is a curatorial project and exhibition exploring the impact of the internet and contemporary digital culture on the practice of artist-curators. The project began in September 2019 and culminated in May 2020 with an online exhibition and accompanying catalogue. It featured works from Enes Alba, Atom Chen, Dario Bucheli, and Perce Jerrom.

The catalogue includes an essay by the curator and interviews and Q&As with Lisa Barnard, Pita Arreola-Burns, Elliott Burns, Valentina Peri, Ghislaine Boddington, and Walter Corneli. Following the exhibition, I published an in-depth examination of the curatorial process, with which I graduated in Digital Arts from the University of Greenwich in 2020. The name of this project pays homage to a homonymous work by artist Rafaƫl Rozendaal.

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GIF of the exhibition catalogue GIF of the exhibition catalogue
GIF of the exhibition catalogue
Screenshot of the exhibition website's homepage The exhibition website's homepage
Screenshot of the exhibition website's homepage
Still from the online opening event Still from the online opening event
Still from the online opening event
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License This exhibition and its catalogue, excluding the artists' works, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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