All at Once, All of the Time
A result of the curatorial intensive held at RMIT Design Hub, the exhibition ALL AT ONCE, ALL OF THE TIME is a group exhibition informed by current research at the intersection of art, technology and visual identity.
In an immaterial, post-internet, global hyper-networked environment that is driven by mass consumerism, consumption and communication, everything is offered all at once, in flux and relative to everything, all of the time. Art and corporate imagery intertwine, consumer bio-brands, commodity interface have all become second nature to us. This new tendency addresses today’s overlapping relation between the individual body, identity and collective ideology.
All at Once, All of the Time presents artworks that allow users to see themselves in the digital world. The artists will explore the iconography of identity in relation to new media. They will comment on the minimising gap between production and consumption, highlighting defaced iconographies and debunked consumer communities. These works question whether the minimising power of the Internet have opened up a virtual utopian space or an ungoverned archive.