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Archive > The Rights of Humans in a Digital Age, A Group Exhibition 

Curated by Miriam Arbus

Exhibition runs from 6pm 2nd October – 3pm 15th October 2015.


An exhibition concerned with aliens and outer-space, alienation, the spread of virus in our contemporary milieu (both digitally and physically), migration, simulacrum, robots, retro futurism, radical transparency, and loss of data.

Progress increases the liminal abilities of movement as our contemporary world sees populations shifting and relocating while data and information moves and removes itself constantly. What is the relationship between an internet virus and a globally sweeping infective disease? Is an alien really from outer-space, or is this a body created via alienation. Does all of this data really carve out new futures? How much is a re-living, a copy, an enactment of things past.

The selection of artists in this exhibition seek out answers to these questions while positing what our future can be, while imbedded within digitised technological demands.

Jess Taylor
Jason Hazle
Susan Illingworth
Alice Blackley
Steve Willis - Light Wizard
Kate Price
Andy Thomas
Julia Palazzo
Elin Soderlund
Adam Lewczuk
Wyatt Knowles
Adrian Glass
Domenica Vavala
Eugene Mott
Georgia Matthey