My first study travelling up the wire in 1997 was accompanied with a feeling of stepping through a crack in the wall into a whole new Terra Incognita of Fine Art; the New Wild West, vast and undiscovered. The feeling still holds to this day. The Internet is continuing to taunt the fine art establishment; bringing new, questioning the old and continuing art history. Although it has been more then 20 years now, it’s only just begun.
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May we invite you all to send in requests for a booth at the Internet Yami-ichi / Black Market coming up here in Amsterdam on the 9 – 10 May. It’s going to be an awesome mixture of rockstars and nobodies, the precious and the banal, online and offline, hard commodities and fleeting performances, the in- and outdoors, locals and internationals, the individual and communities, art and non-art. But above all a shared Celebration of our Beloved Monstrosity the Internet.
Pop us a message if you want to join or have questions.
Although the 99% is on the Facebook, we decided we’d start respecting the 1%. Also a nice searchable blog would be a nice change of scenery. So here it is! The best of our Facebook posts, events, and whatever may happen here…