January 7, 2020 / By Katie E. Ismael
The gallery@calit2 at UC San Diego’s Qualcomm Institute will launch its winter exhibit on January 14 with the first of three live events centered on culture, technology and the environment.
As part of the new art exhibit called STREAMING, multiple artists will explore networked culture streams and their ecological and social costs, proposing alternative loops for channeling digital flows and materializing data impacts.
The exhibit features surveillance, selfies, sequences, substrates and subliminal messages, live and archived. The curators will be taking existing live streams and re-presenting them in a new platform format in the gallery@calit2.
The exhibit will include the following events:
Tuesday, January 14
Friday, February 7
Thursday, March 12
Find out more about the exhibit and the performers here.
STREAMING will be open from January 14 through March 13 at the gallery@calit2 located on the first floor of the Qualcomm Institute's Atkinson Hall. The gallery@calit2 is free and open to the public from 12 pm - 5 pm daily. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org to attend the events listed above.