Clumpton (2016) @ router.gallery, Berlin

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Clumpton (2016), video still. 1 minute.

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Clumpton (2016) was viewed on visitors phones, through a local WiFi.

I was delighted to have my artwork Clumpton (2016) as part of An Exhibition Of Artists That Have Unfollowed Me, curated by Matthew Britton.

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More info on the exhibtion theme here; more info on router.gallery below:

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ABOUT router.gallery

The router is used as an autonomous gallery space to show digital artworks. Artworks are distributed by the router through its local network with NO Internet connection; all exhibitions are accessible at the local site only. Curators present artworks on a small web server included on the router, with access granted through an open WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) over WIFI. The format brings both the intimate character of Net-Art-Activities back to a site-specific relation and opens up new possibilities for a discursive reception in a public situation.

The router-gallery-space program for exhibitions installed atpanke.club in Wedding, Berlin, is presented here, along with event details and information about the artists and curators. The router.gallery is an independent satellite of panke.gallery and features exhibitions by guest curators on a monthly basis.

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