FOUNDED IN 2016, WE ARE A COLLABORATIVE MULTI-DISCIPLINARY COLLECTIVE FACILITATING THE CREATION, ORGANISATION & DISSEMINATION OF INTERNET OBJECTS THROUGHOUT DIGITAL & PHYSICAL SPACES
You know what it isn’t, to tell you what it is
God of your universe
Brains and language have a need to categorise
Western thinking often relies on the binary
( ( Yes / No ~ Black / White ~ Heaven / Hell ~ Bad / Good ) )
Without taking a direct standpoint of yes or no, like or dislike
ANGELWAVE explores binary categorization in relation to digital media
with video and audio works by 6 Wellington artists
👼 Works by 👼
See you in hell!
Your memories are fabricated, and the future doesn’t exist.
This is it! Everything! Now.
~ONE NIGHT ONLY~
Present artworks in response to time: its ever passing nature, and how we experience and define it.
All artworks ephemeral and only exist for the time of the exhibition. They should not be later re-disseminated as an online image-object.
EXPERIENCE THE NOW
Cyber Nectar, a series of pop up exhibitions and events taking place during 28 September - 16 October, 2016 in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Aotearoa. Facilitated by writer Hana Pera Aoake, artist Jordana Bragg, designer Sean Burn & director Sophie Giblin.
JPEG2000 presents two window displays from Cyber Nectar:
A performative video installation in collaboration with Laura Duffy.
A text video installation in collaboration with Sean Burn.
Lokal Stories confronts digital hate towards marginalised groups and looks closely at how neo-colonialism has changed online identities today.
A JPEG2000 MANIFESTO