New Visions aims to explore the various modes and approaches taken by artists working within the scope of “post-digital art”. This show is an examination of the way that “post-digital” does not have one singular definition, but with the rapid acceleration of technological means to iterate, create and explore – this definition of “post-digital” is a constantly shifting and morphing genre adapting and evolving within its current place in space and time. As it has throughout the history of art ̶ technology shapes and changes the way we see the world and the way we interpret it, and these influences whether consciously or subconsciously reflect in the work that is being produced in our current moment. New Visions was conceived in conversation with Vantage Art Projects and curated by artist Katie Neece.
About the curator:
Katie Neece lives and works in South Bend, Indiana. She received her BFA in Painting and Drawing at Indiana University South Bend and her MFA in Painting at the University of Notre Dame. Her work has been published in Friend of the Artist, Create! Magazine, BOOOOOOOM and RUNG Magazine from East Bristol Contemporary, UK and most recently Exchanges: Journal of Literary Translation at the University of Iowa and other online publications. Neece has most recently exhibited her work in the group show FUTURE PERFECT at 550 Gallery in Long Island City, NY and New Perspectives in Drawing and Painting at St. Louis Artist Guild Virtual Exhibition. Neece currently teaches 2D and Graphic Design at Holy Cross College, in Notre Dame, IN. Katie’s webite is https://katieneece.com/ and her Instagram profile is @katie_neece.
Artists in New Visions:
Paul Anagnostopoulos, Yousha Bashir, Arno Beck , Dan Becker , Austin Brady, Dario Bucheli, Su A Chae , Lisa Denyer, GIIIVENS , Krista Hoefle, Danny Jarratt, Zach Koch , Grace Lee Lawrence, Bernice Liu Spimes, Violet Luczak , Angelo Ray Martinez, Bex Massey, Kylie McConnell, Emily Somosky, Rachel Strum, Kelli Thompson, Vickie Vainionpää, Madeline Walker.