Each artwork in ‘HTTPS://’ features visual cues that point to the artists’ online identity and visitors are encouraged to use Sluice HQ as a research space to engage with the exhibitors’ web content. 2018. And emerging from the bandwidth between thumb and glass, the term ‘visibility’ is a change that calls for emerging artists to adapt. Our artwork (whether exhibited or not) is our sign, our advert, our business card for our practices and our identity. Are some works so far outside of themselves that they don't matter? Do they just matter because they're a clear shortcut through a pocket-sized, digital advertising billboard in a traffic jam of content? Is there a way artists can bypass this notion, and should it be bypassed?
Polystyrene, safety glasses, temporary tattoos, PVA
View from Sluice HQ, London