Postinternet denotes an idea in Art and art-criticism that refers to society and modes of interaction following the widespread adoption of the internet. The term emerged from discussions about Internet Art and it is frequently used as a term to describe Art that is "internet aware" - which some believe to be more accurate. Generally it is described as art that is about the internet's effects on aesthetics, culture and society.
The Hunt for the Unicorn
Domestic embroidered samplers that offer a critique of our attitudes towards sex in the age of the internet using content that was sourced through online ‘casual dating’ websites.
We’re More Than the Sum of Our Pixels
Hand embroidered photographs that use the internet as a source from which to reflect on death and identity within our digitally interconnected society.
Freudian Castration Complex
Inspired both by old wives’ tales and Freud’s theories on castration this work is made up of a series of images that reflect on the ubiquity of pornographic material on the internet.
Combining Arduino microprocessors with hand embroidery ‘Content Moderated’ is inspired by the use of the term in poly-amorous communities.
Guys and Dolls
Audio collected through ‘casual dating’ websites has been cut to videos of glove puppets mimicking the format of late night adult TV Channels such as ‘Babe Station’.
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