last week this week next week
December 9-15, 2019

gateways: Art and Networked Culture

Being mobile, being online—this is a characteristic norm for contemporary society. Laptops, smartphones, and similar devices guarantee constant contact with the global data and information network, which has stretched like a second skin across reality and influences how we perceive it. The spirit of the information age and its consequences also puts creative minds to mind. Young media artists from Europe have been gathered together in one place by Tallinn’s KUMU Art Museum, in collaboration with the exhibit gateways: Art and Networked Culture, organized by the Goethe Institute. The exhibit is set up on the museum’s fifth floor, though electronic communications will help the exhibit spread out across the urban space and demand active involvement from the public. The exhibit will feature works experimental works of art, audiovisual installations, interactive happenings, and the art forum known as strolling with an audio guide.

The exhibit will take place as part of Tallinn European Capital of Culture 2011.

Weizenbergi 34 / Valge 1     

Art and Networked Culture. Tallinn
Tallinn, Estonia