15 September to 21 October 2018 - open Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 5pm, or by appointment. Admission Free.
Furtherfield Gallery, McKenzie Pavilion in Finsbury Park.
Transnationalisms is an exhibition exploring changes in how we think about territory, border and movement in an age of increasing digital connectivity and nationalism.
Transnationalisms is curated by James Bridle and features artwork from Jeremy Hutchison, They Are Here (Helen Walker and Harun Morrison), The Critical Engineering Working Group (Julian Oliver and Danja Vasiliev), Raphaël Fabre, Daniela Ortiz, and Jonas Staal.
Bring a USB stick and pound coin for VPN, the newly commissioned artwork by The Critical Engineering Working Group commissioned by State Machines.
Mass movement of peoples and the rise of planetary-scale computation is changing the way we think and understand questions of geography, politics, and national identity. Transnationalisms addresses the effect of these pressures on our bodies, our environment, and our political practices. They register shifts in geography as disturbances in the blood and the electromagnetic spectrum. They draw new maps and propose new hybrid forms of expression and identity.