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 two-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 their projects. This strand of AOS initiates conversations with similar spaces globally and contextualises our work on an international scale.
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.
presents an online exhibition by graduating students from Digital Arts Computing at Goldsmiths University of London made in collaboration with arebyte On Screen. The work is created amidst a pandemic that changed the plane of enviro-socio-techno interactions, and responds to and unsettles the new remote norm. The show proposes that artists can play a vital part in expanding the boundaries of preconceived structures. The works all engage with ideas of latency, a lingering feeling of what’s yet to come; experimenting with temporal delays and jittery exchanges between digital bodies, environments and devices. “Remote Latency” takes form – reflecting on the theme of remoteness and digital “inbetween”, the distance in between the lines — not just between space but also between bodies in time.