While preparing for the first Agora Talk event with guests artists Gretchen Andrew and Penny Slinger, I kept returning to this question: how might a revision of the art history canon to include the importance of technology look?
It would be a story of true subversion, free of woolly descriptors like critiquing, testing, provocation or resistance. Maybe it would subvert the idea of individual ownership of the works of imagination. It would perhaps replace the brick and mortar of institutions of culture with floating museums. And most importantly, it would be told as seen through personal encounters, pioneering dialogues, collaborative projects, and cultural exchanges.