Art in Flux Social: Transformations 7.00-8.30pm, 20th December 2022
Join Art in Flux for a festive Xmas Social and Virtual Exhibition Launch!
As this year draws to a close, the Art in Flux Team invites you to take part in a reflective Come Together to look at the past, present and future of media arts. Media Arts have the ability to connect artists and audiences through a myriad of eclectic practices, through diverse positions and mediations. Post pandemic, often hybrid interactions question creative metaversal possibilities - technical limits that need to be pushed as new platforms emerge, more importantly ethics to be considered and new aesthetics to be uncovered. While we celebrate neo-physicalities through trans-media practices, discourse shifts towards our societal responsibilities as diverse media artists, creative makers and cultural stakeholders.
At this Social, we will hear from you about your own media-artistic strategies in the effort for societal change. We are looking forward to seeing you at our Art in Flux Social on the 20th December at 7pm
Building on our work with National Gallery X, Art in Flux will launch the Transformations Virtual Exhibition, building a lasting legacy of some of our works. Combining artworks by Aphra Shemza, Analema Group, Jake Elwes, Kimatica, Kira Zhigalina, Natasha Trotman and Magic Door - this archive celebrates diverse artistic media arts practices as an interactive online exhibition on societal 'Transformations'.
Supported by the Arts Council England, and National Gallery X, curated by Maria Almena and Olive Gingrich, and designed by Christopher MacInnes, this exhibition will serve as a point of departure for discussions on the future of media arts.
Transformations Virtual Exhibition
Aphra Shemza | Analema Group | Olive Gingrich | Jake Elwes | Kimatica Studio | Kira Zhigalina | Natasha Trotman | Magic Door |
designed by Christopher MacInnes - Curated by Maria Almena & Olive Gingrich Supported by Arts Council England