g_URL 2.0 / techno utopia
Deadline: 19/03/2018 | Published: 07/03/2018 | Venue: sluice, Bohemia Place | City: Hackney Central, London | Region: London | Country: United Kingdom | Alexandra HullReport this?
g_URL, a curatorial project that collaborates with female artists who incorporate and/or investigate technology within their practise, is inviting artists from all disciplines to apply to participate in our next show, due to take place mid April.
- Is a technological utopia possible? If so, what does it look/sound/feel like?
- How useful is the concept of utopia to a progressive feminism? What does a feminist technoutopia look like?
- How can utopian ideas activate space, or how can space activate utopia?
- Are utopias inherently exclusionary? How does a female utopia interact with class, race, gender?
- Has technology enabled elements of utopia to exist today?
Should we be working towards a utopia at all?
We’re interested in any other interactions with this theme and are keen to open other dialogues, so do get in touch.
During the week, it is to be confirmed, but potentially on appointment.
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