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Shrinking World in Age of Internet
November 30, 2010   
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The international The Future Is Not What It Used To Be exhibition at Warsaw’s Center for Contemporary Art is Poland’s largest exhibition by artists inspired by new technology and media.

New criteria of social interaction in a world redefined by the internet and new communication tools, and the impact of technology on contemporary culture are all examined through the deployment of such variegated artistic media as photography, sculpture, video, sketches, installations and web projects.

The exhibition is a reflection on the social impact of the transformations now taking place around us. These include our shrinking world and our changing concept of geographic distance, the boundaries between reality and virtual reality, the internet and its limitless supply of pictures, and the development of intelligent technology.

Among the artists whose work is being exhibited are Tamas Banovich (Hungary), Kevin Bewersdorf (United States), Mikołaj Długosz (Poland), Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung (United States), Kobas Laksa (Poland), Michael Mandiberg (United States), Eva and Franco Mattes (Italy), Joe McKay (United States), Ursula Endlicher (Austria), JooYoun Paek (South Korea), Zach Gage (United States), and The Yes Men (United States).


Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art 2 Jazdów St., Warsaw
Open Tue.-Sun. noon-7 p.m., Fri. noon-9 p.m. until Dec. 26
Free admission Thu.
For more information tel. +48 22 628 12 71to -73 or go to csw@csw.art.pl
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