I’m not sure what the exact definition is, but I keep hearing the term “Post internet art”
It usually refers to artists who are “internet aware” and then make art inspired by their world wide web impressions.
I find the word “post” misleading. It implies that we’ve moved one step further, beyond the internet, into new territory.
We live in a post-newspaper world, post-tv, post music industry, things are changing. But I don’t know anything that feels “post-internet”. It’s much too soon for that word.
The futurists were not post-industrial. They were inspired by the industrial revolution and used that as the subject of their art. We might be shifting from an industrial society to an information based one. I am very excited to find out what the next step will be, when the true post-internet will be invented.
Are you ready?
This is all very last minute… Art collective Lucky PDF has a live daily TV broadcast from the Frieze art fair in London. Hennessy Youngman was going to present today’s broadcast but he could not board his plain… Also today’s set was built and ready to go but the artist was not happy about something so no set…
No set, no presenter, but luckily I’m in town to save the day. I will host the broadcast from 4 to 5 PM London time, and the set will actually be… A last minute BYOB! 6 or more projections with lots of moving images, many performances, music, interviewing, check it LIVE today at Lucky PDF .com
01 These Boots Are Made For Walking (Parker Ito & Rafaël Rozendaal)
02 All Apologies (Parker Ito)
03 On The Road Again (Rafaël Rozendaal)
04 I Got You Babe (Parker Ito & Rafaël Rozendaal)
05 Buddy Holly (Parker Ito)
06 White Wedding (Rafaël Rozendaal)
07 Live And Let Die (Parker Ito)
08 Sweet Caroline (Rafaël Rozendaal)
09 Rock & Roll Suicide (Parker Ito & Rafaël Rozendaal)
This has been in the making for a while… Happy to share this with you now. It’s an ad for Nokia’s new flagship phone, the N9. The commercial is a “day in the life of Rafaël”, relaxing, eating, tweeting, exhibiting, and it marks the beginning of my career as a hand model