An art fair where the physical plane meets the new, digital flesh

“We noticed that a lot of Internet artists were using the body as the primary subject of the work … and often the bodies are fragmented or distorted or sort of grotesque looking,” she continues. “I mean so many of us represent ourselves online using just digital images,” whether that means Facebook or LinkedIn, or Tinder. “How do we get implicated in those digital technologies we use to represent ourselves?” she says. “We are becoming digital beings. … I think it’s important for the general public to start being critical about our engagements with these devices, and how it impacts the material body.”

From the article An art fair where the physical plane meets the new, digital flesh, about the The Wrong (again) – New Digital Art Biennale @ VIVO Media Arts, article via CBCArts