The Greater Cloud

December 10th 2011 - February 5th 2012 — FINAL WEEK open until February 5. The Greater Cloud is a show in which the Internet as a platform, medium or subject matter functions as a source of inspiration for artists and influences their artistic practice. The Internet has become banal and ubiquitous. Starting point for this exhibition is what this means for a younger generation of artists and curators.




As a consequence of internet's characteristics and practice, that are based on sharing, distribution and circulation, The Greater Cloud is not only curated by NIMk's curator Petra Heck, but co-curated by the artists/curators Aleksandra Domanovic, Oliver Laric, and Katja Novitskova.


The artists included don't only make digital or online work, but work multidisciplinary producing sculptures, video's, photo prints, installations or texts.

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Exhibition text 

POSTINTERNET: Art After the Internet


Elements that are key to the Internet nowadays and form the background to The Greater Cloud are: distributed forms of collectivity, the sharing and distribution of knowledge, openness of information, circulation of digital material as well as formal properties like connectivity, performativity or 3D programming elements.


Article by Marisa Olson in Foam Magazine special issue #29 / What's Next?

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