by Object Lessons Space
This episode of Mushroomed delves deep into the space of digital exhibitions, now practiced by artists more than ever with the ongoing pandemic.
Some digital exhibitions recreate the space of a museum or a gallery online, allowing users to explore the hallways and artworks virtually and from the comforts of their own home. Others lean into the possibilities afforded by the webpage itself, using it as a blank canvas to create interactive works that are meant to be encountered via the screen.
Features interviews with Tulika Ahuja, Reza Hasni, and Siah Tiong Hong.
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