Your Are Here: Art After the Internet

Edited by Omar Kholeif, Cornerhouse and SPACE, £15.95 (softcover)

By Helen Sumpter

Divided into three sections, this collection of short texts by artists, writers, curators and academics aims to provide a current snapshot of how the rise of networked culture in the last decade is affecting the way art is made. In doing so it sets out intelligent and accessible responses to the main debates – from differing interpretations of what ‘post-Internet’ actually means to the contradictions inherent within the corporate ownership of the social media platforms we like to perceive of…

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