LIMA Online: Cultural Matter: The Good Point Reunion ft. Jemery Bailey & Rafaël Rozendaal
Wednesday 27 January, 20h00 CET, online
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For the final event of this Cultural Matter season, we are pleased to announce a talk between the artists Jeremy Bailey and Rafaël Rozendaal. From 2106 on, Bailey and Rozendaal made over 130 episodes of Good Point Podcast, a so-called imperfect podcast about art, technology and culture. On Wednesday February 10, they will engage in a conversation about residencies and the site specificity of internet art.
Cultural Matter: Jeremy Bailey
The final edition of Cultural Matter will focus on Jeremy Bailey’s The You Museum, an evenly utopic as dystopian, but always humorous, personalised online museum. The project critically reflects on consumerism on the web and the perversity of the art market by playfully infiltrating the structures of the first, and mimicking the ones of the other. The project was developed during Bailey’s residency at The Moving Museum in Istanbul (www.themovingmuseum.com) in 2014 as a physical installation in a converted parking garage. It was later turned into a museum presenting artworks in banner ads online. After having filled in your art preferences, your banner ads will suddenly show Bailey featuring personalised artworks in his hands as if they were an upscale perfume bottle. By clicking a banner you can buy the artwork as a print on a variety of homewares (pillows, mugs and tote bags). The You Museum becomes a part of your offline private life in addition to your online one.
Cultural Matter is a series of exhibitions and events that provide a platform for the international discussion of digital art and highlights the enduring expressive power of digital artworks: works in which art and technology and the past and the future come together in a way that is as logical as it is groundbreaking.
Also part of this series: JODI, Jonas Lund, Martine Neddam, Rafaël Rozendaal, Amalia Ulman
Curated by: Sanneke Huisman and Jan Robert Leegte.
Graphic Design by Sankrit Kulmanochawong