Proof of Concept

Proof of Concept

WHEN
6 – 15 January 2023
VENUE
Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road #03-21/22, Singapore 108937
OPENING HOURS
Weekdays 2-7PM, Weekends 12-7PM
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://www.proofofconcept.sg

Proof of Concept

Co-Museum is proud to present Proof of Concept, a large-scale digital and new media exhibition, curated by Appetite and powered by Coinhako. Throughout history, artists have been some of the first to adopt and experiment with new tools, allowing their practices to evolve with and influence technology as they develop. In recent years, the rise of digital economies, coupled with the growing overlaps and intersections of artists and technologists, have led to an upsurgence of interest in digital and new media art, further accelerating how artists are exploring ways of art-making and sharing in a truly digital age. Proof of Concept brings together 25 artists whose works demonstrate how artists are utilising emerging technologies to break new grounds and reinvent traditional mediums, especially on and around the blockchain.

Artists: Refik Anadol (United States), Justin Aversano (United States), Kim Asendorf (Germany), Mitchell F Chan (Canada), Petra Cortright (United States), Figure31 & 0xmons (Canada), Sarah Friend (United States) Leander Herzog (Switzerland), Richard Nadler (Germany), Tyler Hobbs (United States), Dandelion Wist (United States), Ix Shells (Panama), Matt Kane (United States), Larva Labs (United States), Sarah Meyohas (United States), Rhea Myers (UK/Canada), Aaron Penne (United States), Steve Pikelny (United States), Sputniko! (Japan/UK), Harm van den Dorpel (Netherlands/Germany), Shavonne Wong (Singapore), Lenne Chai (Singapore/United States) Reuben Wu (United Kingdom) Jenni Pasanen (Finland) Emily Xie (United States)

Image Credits: Matt Kane, Gazers #581 (2021), on-chain dynamic artwork. Image courtesy of the artist.
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