…by arebyte

showcases material created by the arebyte team and educational partners, relating to our physical shows in the gallery, as well as previous screen based works by alumni artists. For this strand of AOS arebyte will curate and create content in relation with the physical shows taking place in the gallery space, as well as feature arebyte’s alumni work commissioned by the gallery since 2013. This visual material will allow arebyte to expand on the theme addressed by its physical exhibitions and will be a place for art audiences to further explore, interact and engage with the arebyte programme.


…by guest curators

invites four curators each year from international digital art galleries, online spaces, biennales and festivals to present online projects and commissions for a period of three months. Each curator is encouraged to showcase artists within or outside of their networks, and to experiment with the platform and how they present projects. This strand of AOS initiates conversations with similar spaces globally and contextualises our work on an international scale.


…by artists

is an artist-led curatorial programme, where selected artists present online work and invite their peers to create a succession of content around the yearly theme for a period of two weeks. This strand of AOS aims to create networks between continents of digital artists as the current exhibiting artist is then asked to invite the next artist to participate in the project, keeping the chain going. The digital collage created through the ongoing series will become automatic, exploring various ideas as it develops, and aims to form a conversation between peer groups and acts as a stage for presenting new work by emerging artists.



AOS invites web-based and digital artists and curators from around the world to experiment with new forms of creating, curating and presenting contemporary online art.

Viewable on and via a dedicated screen in arebyte Gallery’s window in London, AOS is open to the public 24/7.

As part of arebyte Gallery yearly programme themes, AOS ‘19 will run from February to December 2019 around the theme of “Home”. AOS will continue each year alongside arebyte Gallery artistic programme, creating an expansive network of artists and curators working across emerging media from all over the world, allowing for more artists to disseminate their work to a greater audience internationally.

About arebyte Gallery

Following in the long tradition of artists experimentation with new technologies, arebyte Gallery, London, has led a pioneering programme since 2013, to much acclaim. The gallery commissions new works from emerging, as well as more established artists, across the UK and internationally, supporting multiple voices in digital culture, and bringing innovative perspectives to art through new technologies.

With yearly themes responding to recent socio-political changes, arebyte commissions multimedia installations comprising of web-based work, Virtual/Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Generated Images, video, 3D printing with an interdisciplinary approach at the intersection of art, sociology, politics, science and environment. |


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Choy Ka Fai - The Choreography of Things
Florian Tuercke - London Structural Sound Project
arebyte Gallery previous projects 2014 - 2015
Max Colson - The Green and Pleasant Land
Dani Ploeger - High-tech / Low-tech: Guns in Digital Culture
Richard Wentworth & Ken Worpole - This is Where We Meet
Saemundur Thor Helgason in conversation with Amy Downes
Saemundur Thor Helgason - The Fellowship of Citizens
Lawrence Lek and Rebecca Edwards in conversation
Rosana Antoli - Virtual Choreography
Liliana Farber - Blue Vessel
Atropelos - curated by Luiza Prado & Daniel Rourke
Interviews by the artists of Hotel Generation 2018
Jan Robert Leegte - Compressed Forests
Yoshi Sodeoka - Forays into Clamor
Lorna Mills - RoadKill
Systaime - H[ÔM]3
Wade Wallerstein discusses RE-FIGURE-GROUND pt.1
Wade Wallerstein discusses RE-FIGURE-GROUND pt.2
Faith Holland - Bullets and Bars
Clusterduck feat. Hannah Neckel, Esben Holk & Philipp Teister - Make URLself at Home
Rebecca Edwards in conversation with Carla Gannis
Rebecca Edwards in conversation with Alan Warburton
Ad Minoliti - P.S.hOme
Mit Borras - Harmory Corp.
Max Colson - The Green and Pleasant Land
Rebecca Edwards in conversation with Most Dismal Swamp
Mario Santamaria - Travel to my Website
Gaby Cepeda - _TheRealness_
Elizabeth Mputu - Minute Made Meditations
Ben Grosser - Order of Magnitude
Louise Ashcroft - Unicorns of Westfield
JODI - Dramatica
World Capital - Panel discussion Pt.1
World Capital - Panel discussion Pt.2
Wilf Speller - The Tower
Felicity Hammond in conversation with Rebecca Edwards
Hotel Generation 2019
Jemma Egan - I don't have the time to get him back to the condition he deserves to be in
Izzy McEvoy - And They
Liliana Farber – Anonymous
Natalie Price Hafslund - I need your clothes, your boots, and your motorcycle - ae73edb74571e4e2
Romancero Gitano - French Hair
Hans-Henning Korb - Time Immemorial: Vorahnung (Der ewige Zeuge)
Leon Eixenberger - Geometric Love (Dream A)
Kumbirai Makumbe - Evo's Turn
Benjamin Collet - Capri Schön
Camille Soulat - Daily funfact
Marc Etienne - Trap House Emoji
Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley - TRANS-PORT ME
Marie Grimal - Détendre un peu sa chevelure après la piscine
Christopher MacInnes - Long Range Correlations
Ebun Sodipo - fuckeries
Pierre Gaignard - vapormax aby bi
Hélène Hulak et Guillaume Seyller - normale tropicale
Shinji Toya - Can you tell me about yourself for the sake of art?
Alain Barthélémy - Ether
arebyte X The Wrong Biennale 2019 featuring Going
Juan Covelli - Limitations of the same
Eva l’Hoest - FigureMan@VillaVerde
🚧 (U+1F6A7) - Sebastian Mira
Post-capitalist ecologies: panel discussion with Ami Clarke, Diann Bauer, and Arun Saldanha
Agnieszka Szostek - Water Memory (episode 2.)
Angie Rengifo - Blue Feeling
Henry Driver - SYMBIOSIS
Izzy Bolt - The Daily Slug
Moritz Stumm & Stefan Neuberger - HAUSDURCHSUCHUNG
My Mind, Your Weapon: panel discussion with Vesselin Popov, Lauri Love, Kadine James, Lucy Wheeler & Rod Dickenson
Sarah Selby, Annemiek Höcker and Rebecca Edwards in conversation
Louis Judkins - Feed the Geese
Heath Bunting - Velocity
Duncan Poulton – Jetsam
Alice Vandeleur-Boorer - Jet Slag
Nikki Lam - Anchor: A Prelude
Corie McGowan - Silicare™
AOS is a platform dedicated to artist videos, multimedia experiences and curatorial interventions utilising digital formats to address current political, economic and theoretical discussion, viewable 24/7 both online and via a screen in the gallery window of arebyte.