NEoN Digital Arts Archive

Abstract polaroid photo


Group Exhibition

Guthrie Street

NEoN proposes that artists are future media archaeologists, recorders of our current information-based society, and time-travellers highlighting the continued relevance of our long past. This exhibition will show how digital art and technology is understood now and will be in the future, in the creation of shared cultural experiences. NEoN anticipates that by putting artists’ concerns at the heart of our investigation of technological media, a more complex picture of the material culture of the digital age will emerge.
Join us as we dig for the digital, brush the dirt off the non-material, and excavate the Internet.

Joseph DeLappe (USA)
William (Bill) Miller (USA)
VOID (Belgium)
Verity Birt (UK)
Olia Lialina (Russia/Germany)
Claire Hentschker (USA)
Nicky Bird (UK)
Patrick Lichty (USA/UAE)
Adam Lockhart and Rhoda Ellis (UK)
Elke Reinhuber (Germany/Singapore)
Morehshin Allahyari (Iran/USA)
Ele Carpenter (UK)

Opening Preview Thursday 9 November 8 pm – part of our Gallery Tours and Exhibition Opening Night programme.

Check out the individual programme entries for more information about the work and the artist.

Co-curated by NEoN (Clare Brennan, Sarah Cook, Mark Daniels and Donna Holford-Lovell). In partnership with Weave: Creativity, Community, Collaboration by Abertay University.

Image: William Miller, Ruined Polaroid #14