Nowadays it’s hard to find anyone who will say that they don’t like the internet. Just think about how much has been achieved because of it. Electronic Superhighway is a new exhibition currently showing at the Whitechapel gallery that amalgamates internet art in a clever retrospective, though visually there is nothing structured about it, and that’s mainly because it’s an explosion of multiple mediums. It delves deep into how artists have adopted and critiqued technology for the last six decades and provides a narrative of technology in human history. There are various bits and pieces: monitors, paintings, intimate objects, manipulated images, noises, selfies, and strange digital paraphernalia that demonstrate the impact of digital art.
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