Reimagining the gallery space of the future
As the world is transformed by pandemics and revolutions, as physical spaces, access, and connection is lost, we reimagine the gallery spaces of the future. A space created by artists, technologists, and communities together – a space to collaboratively experiment, learn, play, engage, and create.
CETI will convene groups of artists, technologists, theorists, and community members to create prototypes of future galleries.
Project Leads: Marin Vesely, Scott Nieradka, Hilary Tsai,
As the world is transformed by pandemics and revolutions, as physical spaces, access, and connection is lost, CETI will convene groups of artists, technologists, theorists, and communities to create prototypes of accessible, inclusive virtual future gallery spaces. Through the architecture, exhibitions, the interactions and conversations and interactions we critically engage with the world and with our communities, sparking a dialogue and reckoning with an inequitable past, catalyzing needed change.
We imagine an evolving space, changing in response to community needs and technology/media innovations—a space to collaboratively experiment, engage, and create.
The exhibitions/conversations/creations that activate these spaces will focus on reimagining – destroying, repurposing, and rebuilding systems, objects, places, and structures, to envision a future that is equitable, community-focussed, and inspiring.
To partner on future iterations of this project, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
SYSTEM FAILURE. PLEASE RESTART.
October 23, 2020–December 23, 2020
Mozfest21: Mar 8–Mar 19, 2021
42 artists dismantle and reinterpret our systems, structures, objects and places that are enmeshed in ongoing chains of injustice—to reimagine and create a more hopeful future.
How to get around Mozilla Hubs
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- A & D keys move left-right
- Q & E keys or cursor for rotation
- holding SHIFT key makes you move faster
- holding down SPACEBAR will show you teleportation spots in some rooms
- Press G key to enable fly mode, then point up and go forward using W or arrow key.
- New to Mozilla Hubs? Watch this quick tutorial on how to get around or read Marin’s Tips for Using Mozilla Hubs
Note: A version of this exhibition was shown from March 8–19, 2021 as part of the Tech and Activism Space at MOZFEST 2021.
Warning: some of the works in the exhibition may contain content and language that are perhaps disturbing or inappropriate for certain audiences.
Artists and Works
Live From Dirtmall
I Miss You
Wayfinding Objects on Lunch Break
When People Tell Me
Ghost of Piece
Work in Progress
and nobody saw and nobody knew what to say
Untitled, From the Series “Proposal for Habitat for Humankind”
Reprodução Automática (“Autoplay”)
Through Sound Eyes
A Nation Buried in Crimson
Land of Milk and Honey
Você Consegue Me Ver? (Can You See Me?)
Covid Under a Rainbox
𝑨𝒏𝒅 𝒊𝒇, 𝒘𝒆 𝐇𝐈𝐆𝐇-𝟓 @ 𝑯𝒚𝒑𝒆𝒓𝒕𝒆𝒙𝒕 𝑻𝒓𝒂𝒏𝒔𝒇𝒆𝒓 𝑷𝒓𝒐𝒕𝒐𝒄𝒐𝒍
I Used To Fry Chicken.
New Normal Life
Harmonic Arcs, Harmonic Colors, Harmonic Pendula
Die With Your Soul Intact
Workers Be Beautiful
GALLERY PROTOTYPE I: SUMMER/FALL 2020
Our first gallery iteration is an “abandoned mall”, created through an experimental collaborative virtual creative jam. From August 6, 2020 to September 1, 2020, we held a series of sprints and design-build sessions to brainstorm, experiment, prototype and create the first Gallery of the Future.
The Gallery will open to the public and for exhibitions on October 23nd, 2020. Check back here for details and an invitation to our Launch Reception and the Opening for our first Exhibition.
To partner/collaborate with us or help sponsor the project, contact us at email@example.com.
Project Leads: Marin Vesely, Scott Nieradka, Hilary Tsai, Stephen Lee, Brenda Trammell, Joseph Wells, Jesse England, Dan Fernie-Harper, Nandini Ranganathan, and Alanna Risse.