The White Page Gallery/s are a distributed community and network made of independent online galleries in the format of web page hosted on the websites of artists, curators, academies, festivals and other art and cultural operators and aficionados. The White Page Gallery is a concept happening every time someone or a group of people opens a WPG on their/her/his website dedicating a web page to others’s exhibitions and art projects. The White Page Gallery happens every time a connection and a collaboration are established between a host and a guest. The WPG’s host offers a space and the setting up. The WPG’s guests offer the contents. Every host of the WPG has their/her/his own rules for their own gallery.
Visit Konstantina Mavridou’s at http://wpg_ethicsofinternet.dmrdart.com
Visit Karina Palosi’s at http://unstable.media/whitepagegallery.html
Visit Zsolt Mesterhazy’s at http://www.c3.hu/~zsolt/Public/unbleached_white-page-gallery.html
See more at http://www.whitepagegallery.network/
The Burrow is a pavilion of The Wrong Biennale (Nov 2019 – Mar 2020), envisioning the internet as myriads of intertwining underground tunnels; where places of refuge coincide with the secret bases of those must be hidden from. The show was curated by Aad Björkro and is a sibling of the Very Large Works pavilion by Bjørn Magnhildøen and Zsolt Mesterhazy.
Inspired by aardvarks, who will dig to escape when threatened, and leave their burrows for others to use when relocating. The aardvark reminds us to think with our claws. No one expects us to dig when they force us to move; still in compliance but keeping our place. Then we can tickle the feet of our oppressors as they try to pass.
Emerged in the tunnels we tried to listen to those who must never speak, look for things we have lost and spy on the spies spying on us. For display we gathered relics from our past, expansions of the hidden, connections to the elsewhere and lessons for the future. We are now glad to invite you to see what we have found.
The exhibition consists of 25 individual works by 27 participating artists:
Isabelle Arvers, Johannes Birringer, Brad Brace, Yu Cai, disnovation.org, Ursula Endlicher, Antje Feger, Sophie Fields, Benna Gaean Maris, Fabian Heller, Garrett Lynch IRL, Amelia Marzec, Luis Mercado, Zsolt Mesterhazy, Joseph Moore, Abe Morrison, Stefanie Reling-Burns, ronnie s, Ausín Sáinz, Alan Sondheim, Y Divya Sri, Benjamin Stumpf, Pall Thayer, Juergen Trautwein, Angelika Vardalou, ( ), Almond Yeggs
VERY LARGE WORKS is an online show organised by http://noemata.net/, as a pavilion of https://thewrong.org/ new digital art biennale (Nov 2019 – Mar 2020) curated by Bjørn Magnhildøen and Zsolt Mesterhazy.
The exhibition contains platforms for open and collaborative works, in addition to individual works. 76 artists participate (including The Burrow), with 43 more taking part in the discussions (see bottom):
THE ALPHABET (Platform)
Bruce Barber, Domenico Barra, Peter Basma-Lord, Lavoslava Bencic, Lawrence Bird, Johannes Birringer, Aad Björkro, Brad Brace, The Burrow (Platform), Samuel Brzeski, Chris Byrne, Christian Bøen (Termodress), Joana Chicau, Ludovic Coutinho, Cyborg Art Collective Cyborg Matrix (Platform), Antonela Debiasi, Y.Divya Sri, #DUMPHAUS (Platform), Dave Evans, Luca Forcucci, Benna Gaean Maris, Edoardo Gaudieri, Ben Grosser, Gottfried Haider, Max Herman, James A. Hutchinson, Hypercollective Autobiography (Platform), ca_jaeger__at__protonmail.com, Karl Heinz Jeron, Cyrus LK, Nicole Kouts, Erica Lapadat-Janzen, Joseph Moore. Rubén Möller, Novi Otten Erytryalsilani, Karina Palosi, Dominik Podsiadly, Julian Priest, Stefanie Reling, Anthony Robinson, João Rocha, Letta Shtohryn, Chan SomethingStar, Alan Sondheim, The Sunderland Pavilion (Time tunnel), Daniel Temkin, Pall Thayer, Elle Thorkveld, Jurgen Trautwein, A.P. Vague, Catalina Vallejos, Angelika Vardalou, Stephanie Vella, The VteX Files (Platform), Roland Wegerer, Neale Willis, White Page Gallery (Platform)
From The Burrow:
Isabelle Arvers, Basel Embassy (Tunnel), Aad Björkro, Yu Cai, DISNOVATION.ORG, Ursula Endlicher, Antje Feger & Benjamin F. Stumpf, Sophie Fields, Benna Gaean Maris, Fabian Heller, Garrett Lynch irl, Amelia Marzec and Abe Morrison, MEGALITH (Tunnel), Luis Mercado, Zsolt Mesterhazy, Joseph Moore, NETARTFORSTORAGE (Tunnel), Stefanie Reling, ronnie s, Ausín Sáinz, Pall Thayer, Jurgen Trautwein, Angelika Vardalou, Almond Yeggs
Closed open call, and background: http://verylarge.works/call.html
Working sheet pad: https://bblab.space/p/r.296258e67102944e88438d5e2209ad7d
Part of https://thewrong.org new digital art biennale
Between 12 – 25 August, 2019, the exhibition was organized by noemata in collaboration with browserbased.org, in the streets and on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Handing out works from Aad Björkro(SE), Igor and Ivan Buharov (DE/HU), Chaise group (Facebook), Jagoda Dmochowska (NL/PL), Silvia Gatti (NL/IT), Ben Grosser (US), Tibor Horvath (DE/HU), Florian Kuhlmann (DE), Bjørn Magnhildøen (ES/NO), Zsolt Mesterhazy (NL), Karina Palosi (NL/HU), Dominik Podsiadly (PL), Predictiveartbot.com(WWW), Jasna Velickovic (NL/ RS), Alex Zakkas (NL/GR) and Joubin Zargarbashi (NL/UK/IR).
Scroll down to see entry for the former WannaTry show organized by #browserbased that took place in Loutraki, Greece, as part of TILT platform’s IASIS/ HEALING exhibition, July 12 – Aug 4, 2019.
Between 12.07 – 04.08.2019, WannaTry was part of Iasis/ Healing, an exhibition organized by Tilt Platform in Beau Rivage, Loutraki, Greece.
“They must invariably have hope!”
The street lottery seller is aware that he is “selling hope”. That’s the trade he is into and it’s the same for him and those who buy it from him. He doesn’t know which ticket will win. If he doesn’t sell all the tickets he buys wholesale, he may win. But mostly he loses of course, like most people who gamble. He walks his neighborhood, he knows people and people know him. He jokes and comments and circulates daily news. So he is bound by community customs and ethics. For example, one told us when we asked what makes a street seller good at his job, that besides being a talented seller, he must also have a sense of responsibility and be trusted. He said something hard to translate: “if you see a man devastated and nervous you must be careful or you will ruin him”. But most people buy lottery tickets when they feel hopeful and lucky. One told us that he once won a lot. He bought a hotel for his brothers. And they left him on the street.
“Some play for the moment, some play professionally and some others are mad”
Organized by Bjørn Magnhildøen(ES/NO), Alex Zakkas (NL/GR), Joubin Zargarbashi (NL/UK/IR) and Zsolt Mesterhazy (NL) to bring works from Igor and Ivan Buharov (DE/HU), Chaise group (Facebook), Jagoda Dmochowska (NL/PL), Silvia Gatti (NL/IT), Ben Grosser (US), Tibor Horvath (DE/HU), Florian Kuhlmann (DE), Bjørn Magnhildøen (ES/NO), Zsolt Mesterhazy (NL), Karina Palosi (NL/HU), Dominik Podsiadly (PL), Predictiveartbot.com (WWW), Jasna Velickovic (NL/ RS), Alex Zakkas (NL/GR), Joubin Zargarbashi (NL/UK/IR).
http://bit.do/fqnZ5 – WannaTry?-for-Healing.pdf Home Edition 10,4MB!
Healing or Iasis was organized by https://tiltplatform.com/
On 11th and 12th November 2018 in the meadow at NRW Forum, Düsseldorf, Germany. Note: This edition came about especially fast, suggested on Sunday it stood 6 days later on the next Saturday + Sunday! Thanks to Florian Kuhlmann!
On 4th and 5th November 2018 – thanks to Bjørn Magnhildøen – travelled to the MUVIM Park in Valencia, Spain.
A shout out to all who participated in the 3rd NFCDAB in the Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam: Alan Sondheim, Alex Zakkas, Alexander Christiaan Jacob, Alex Ness, Amelia Marzec, Annie Abrahams, Anita Lugomer, Andrzej Kołomański, Anon, Anthony Stephenson, Artem Gavrilyuk-Bozhko, Ayshe Kizilçay, Ben Grosser, Bjørn Magnhildøen, Bob BrueckL, Bransha Gautier, Chih Yang Chen, Cyborg Art Collective (CHARLES M. ALAN), Daniel Temkin, David Quiles Guillo, Diana Galimzyanova, Domenico Dom Barra, Dominik Podsiadły, Diego Bernaschina, Diego Faskner Silveira, Diego Fernando Ospina Melo, Egbert de Boer, Emilie Gervais, exonemo, FACEGRUBER, Filipe Matos, Florian Kuhlmann, Frère Reinert, Guido Segni, HYENAZ, – Hyeseon Jeong, Kihuun Park, Jiha Jeon, UBERMORGEN -, Iza Koczanowska, iXtupor, Jacob Kok, Jagoda Dmochowska, Jan Robert Leegte, Janusz Brudniewicz, Jarkko Räsänen, Jarosław Potoczny, Joana Chicau, Joonas Westerlund, Joubin Zargarbashi, Juan Manuel Morales, Julie Libersat & Adam Love, Kappala Kumar, Karina Mitchell, Karina Palosi, Karl Heinz Jeron, Konstantina Mavridou, Kyriaki Goni, Lanny Quarles, Leroy Brothers, Maarten Schuurman, Marcus Guttenplan, Mario Santamaria, Martine Folkersma, Mike Wessling, Mira Boczniowicz, Morten Skogly, Nancy Mauro Flude, Nick Mattan, Nikos Voiatzis, Olga Guse, Paweł Marcinek, Paweł Mikułowski, predictiveartbot.com, Rad0van Misovic, Robert Lisek, Sander Veenhof, Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, Silvia Gatti, Tibor Horvath, Ynfab Bruno, Zsolt Mesterhazy & many more!
Great big thanks to the many staycationers who visited the show!
For last but not least many thanks to the Tolhuistuin for hosting Near Enough?!
This is the first show of the 3rd edition of the “legendary” digital biennale of digital art in your city. In 2018, apart from Wawa, this independent idea generated in Wrocław, conquers other European cities like Gol in Norway, Amsterdam, Valencia … we also have plans for Berlin and Athens.
You cant miss it!
Grab your smartphone or tablet and prepare yourself for the stream of works made by dozens of Polish and foreign artists operating in the field of digital art based on web browsers.
This Saturday go outside ! You can watch #nfcdab shows individually as well as
with a group of friends. The Warsaw edition is hosted by V9 and ADA. But we go many steps further – during the festival the gallery will also outdoor. The map will lead you to art pieces.
YOUR PHONE IS A FRAME FOR PRESENTED WORKS !!!
We will provide you with the most amazing and unconventional examples sent to our biennials from the endless areas of the Internet. You will see net-art, post-conceptual digital art, glitch art, pseudo “viral” applications, independent music, strange and rare video clips, etc.
All works will be available using mobile devices through QR codes, WiFi routers or RIFID / NFC chips.
Before starting the artistic trip, approach ADY (Puławska 37 and V9 Gallery), where you will get a map with all useful information. The exhibition will take the form of a quasi urban game. You will win when you find works in the original circumstances of nature around.
Prepare your mobile device in advance:
1. Check if you have the best QR code reading app suitable for your phone type.
2. Enter the communication settings and check if you have access to read NFC / RIFID tags and enable them.
3. In the exhibition area you can also connect to our special WiFi routers, thanks to which you will be able to download works prepared by artists for the shows.
4. Search for places with the Biennale logo attached – ART is waiting for you there. A map will lead you to them.
5. Check if you can install applications from unknown sources.
*) In case of any doubts and questions please go to Dominik Podsiadły, originator of # nfcdab, and to a team of co-organizers with V9 and ADA. Dominik will help you to grasp technical and other issues.
If you want to talk or share your impressions – Dominik is happy to talk with you.
WE INVITE YOU ON SATURDAY 23/06/2018 TO ADA AND V9 AT UL.PUŁAWSKA 37 AND TO THE PARK near around
Alex Zakkas, Alexander Christiaan Jacob, Amelia Marzec, Anon, Anthony Stephenson, Ayshe Kizilçay, Ben Grosser, Bjørn Magnhildøen, Bob BrueckL, Bransha Gautier, Chih Yang Chen, Cyborg Art Collective (CHARLES M. ALAN), Diana Galimzyanova, Artem Gavrilyuk-Bozhko, Diego Bernaschina, Diego Faskner Silveira, Diego Fernando Ospina Melo, Emilie Gervais, Frère Reinert, HYENAZ, Hyeseon Jeong, Kihuun Park, Jiha Jeon, UBERMORGEN, iXtupor, Jan Robert Leegte, Joana Chicau, Joubin Zargarbashi, Julie Libersat & Adam Love, Kappala Kumar, Karina Palosi, Karl Heinz Jeron, Konstantina Mavridou, Kyriaki Goni, Lanny Quarles, Maarten Schuurman, Marcus Guttenplan, Mario Santamaria, Mike Wessling, Morten Skogly, Nick Mattan, Olga Guse, Robert Lisek, Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, Silvia Gatti, Jagoda Dmochowska, Tibor Horvath, Ynfab Bruno, Zsolt Mesterhazy
Artyści: COROZIA / Wrocław, DESPER / Lublin, KRYST / Warszawa, KRZESKI / Lublin, MEKUSO / Warszawa, PANDY WARHOU / Augustów, SZYMON KARPIERZ, VERBALIZER / 3MIASTO
Alan Sondheim, Alex Ness, Andrzej Kołomański, Anita Lugomer, Domenico Dom Barra, Dominik Podsiadły, FACEGRUBER, Florian Kuhlmann, Filipe Matos, Iza Koczanowska, Jarkko Räsänen, Jarosław Potoczny, Juan Manuel Morales, Leroy Brothers, Mira Boczniowicz, Paweł Marcinek, Paweł Mikułowski