Race in Digital Space

ShowingApril 27, 2001 - July 1, 2001

Race in Digital Space, presented by the List Visual Arts Center in conjunction with a conference on race and technology hosted at MIT, will feature the work of over 30 artists using film, video, new media, and web techniques. With an emphasis on cultural hybridity, the artists explore how electronic culture influences the production of identity, race, and nationhood as our conception of the historical document evolves. Organized by Erika Dalya Muhammad and presenting works created from the early 1970s to the present, the exhibition will offer works that inhabit electronic space and engage these topics in creative and progressive ways.

Artists include:

Ina Archer, Vivek Bald, Robert Banks, Sanford Biggers, Katy Chang, Kevin Choi, Beth Coleman, Electronic Disturbance Theater, Colette Gaiter, Rico Gatson, Leah Gilliam, Tana Hargest, Auriea Harvey, Art Jones, Ulysses Jenkins, Pamela Jennings, Philip Mallory Jones, Amitav Kaul, Roshini Kampadoo, George E. Lewis, Glenn Ligon, Paul D. Miller, Mongrel, Prema Murthy, Keith and Mendi Obadike, Paul Pfeiffer, Keith Piper, Alex Rivera, Cauleen Smith, Susan Smith-Pinelo, Olly Wilson, Kenneth Wyatt, X-PRZ, Pamela Z and others.