The exhibition addresses the renewal of contemporary painting in the digital environment for 30 years.
The presentation of around thirty works and series aims to highlight the influence of digital technology, the use of software, the appropriation of images accessible on the internet as new tools for the creation of visual arts. The works are contemporary with the arrival of the World Wide Web (circa 1994), created by 27 artists and collectives, both European and American, from three different generations.
EXHIBITED ARTISTS: Xavier Antin, Cory Arcangel, Amélie Bertrand, Edouard Boyer, Nina Childress, Collectif 1.0.3, Flavio de Marco, Angela Detanico & Rafael Lain, Jeff Elrod, Sylvie Fanchon, Dan Hays, Celia Hempton, Mishka Henner, Philippe Hurteau, Rémy Hysbergue , Mario Klingemann, Regine Kolle, LAb[au], Els Vermang and ESAD TALM-Angers, Jonas Lund, Didier Mencoboni, Marilyn Minter, Sarah Morris, Joseph Nechvatal, Fiona Rae, Michael Riedel, Kelley Walker. Exhibition in partnership with the School of Art and Design of Angers.
Musée de l’Hospice Saint-RochRue de l’Hospice Saint-Roch
ISSOUDUN, 36100 France