Love and Loathing on the Internet
A lecture about art and identity in the digital age
You’ve explored our program of online experiments and encounters – between here and when I tell you. Now, round out your experience with this chance to hear from members of the Dirty Laundry Collective about what even is a web-stage and what did they discover while making it.
Join Dirty Laundry Collective members Alice and Luke to ask: If we’re all performing ourselves online, what’s the difference between digital “art” and everyday expression? How do you safely perform online, maintaining both your own privacy and your audience’s peace of mind? What are we missing out on, when we’re looking at art on the internet?
Saturday morning is as good a time as any to ask the big questions – join our creative team as they as playfully search for meaning in a digital-art-age.
When: Saturday 24 October at 11am
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We acknowledge that we live, work and create on the lands of the Kulin Nation, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging. We extend that respect to all First Nations people, and the long and rich histories of storytelling, art and culture on this land. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.