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Perhaps paradoxically, the rise of the Internet has made it easier to recognize that every species, product and art work embodies a very material history.Digital images need our attention to exist, but they also require carbon-based fuel: a palette of rare minerals has to be mined in order to assemble the simplest of smart phones.It is work that raises the question: are we living, both artistically and otherwise, in a post-Utopian, or even post-optimistic world?Katja Novitskova The world today presents itself as highly complex – to the point of being unpredictable, profoundly interconnected and non-linear.Many artists – those mentioned by Chris, aswell as Timur Si-Qin, Pamela Rosenkranz, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Jogging, Anne de Vries and Energy Pangea (Iain Ball and Emily Jones), to name just a few – incorporate the existing pool of attention-grabbing stuff disseminated online as if it were paint or clay: trends, brands, technologies, products, images of animals, etc.They explore spaces and possibilities provided by the properties of contemporary things, creating new forms and thus approximating future realities.What will be the forms of the post-austerity and new-prosperity world (from species to art works), and where will we locate the main sources of growth?(detail), 2013, performance, installation and redistributed image using the first Photoshopped photograph, installation view at IMPORT Projects, Berlin.

Looking backwards across this variegated artistic tack might, then, provide a glimpse into our evolving speculation about our destinies.These sculptures and prints, made to be documented in a gallery setting, will soon fill the pages of our favourite art blogs, and they will look just great.That is what they were meant to do, with and simultaneously without irony.The attention economy on the web, as commodified extensively by these networks, has become an influence on contemporary artists, to the point where the web’s abundance has been confused for ubiquity, ‘after’ confused with ‘post-’.Most of the artists mentioned by Novitskova have ignored the idealist tendencies of the web, aiming to break with age-old social hierarchies.

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