This exhibition imagines a world where the closure of Goldsmiths Centre for Cultural Studies (CCS) and the final year of this course, Digital Culture, truly marked the end of culture, as we knew it. In this post-apocalypse of culture how will art function? Free from past convention could we rediscover art as a process, an investigative tool for simultaneously questioning the present and reimagining the future.
With art as experience and digital culture as our medium, this exhibition explore the possibilities of a cultural post-apocalypse, reimagining art and curation as a process of discerning the synaesthetic experience of technology. An expansion of the possibilities of the senses is afforded by our collaboration with technical objects and virtual worlds. Compiler invites you to taste the opacity and clarity of encryption available at our Cryptobar, to feel the internet dance and to view the quality of television in only two pixels. You can leave an anonymous comment on our wall for others to discover and delve into our archive of obsolete objects from our not-so-distant past.
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