MY CITY

Life during the Coronavirusand/or BLACK LIVES MATTER

MY CITY

Life during the Coronavirus

and/or BLACK LIVES MATTER in the USA

Artists in the United States organized to contribute representation from the United States to the online exhibition on the theme of “MY CITY.”  This exhibition consists of photographs and digital images created by the ARTNAUTS Collective in the United States. Artists created photographs of something in their home, neighborhood or city, etc. that referenced the coronavirus or Black Lives Matter or created a digital image that references the coronavirus or Black Lives Matter.

ARTNAUTS COLLECTIVE

The Artnauts is an artist collective that uses the visual arts as a tool for addressing global issues while connecting with artists from around the world.

 

The name derives from combining the words “art” and “astronaut” as a way to describe the process of exploring uncharted territory in the world at large. The name also denotes the practice that is “not” art as usual, going beyond the confines of the traditional or conventional art world and blurring the boundaries between art, activism, and social practice. The Artnauts have worked at the intersection of critical consciousness and contemporary artistic practice to impact change for almost 25 years.  More than 350 artists have been in the collective, participating in over 270 exhibitions on 5 continents.

 

participating artists

VIRTUAL GALLERY

gamified gallery experience for the covid-19 era

WEB exhibition

Artists in the United States organized to contribute representation from the United States to the online exhibition on the theme of “MY CITY.”  This exhibition consists of photographs and digital images created by the ARTNAUTS Collective in the United States. Artists created photographs of something in their home, neighborhood or city, etc. that referenced the coronavirus or Black Lives Matter or created a digital image that references the coronavirus or Black Lives Matter.

The Artnauts is an artist collective that uses the visual arts as a tool for addressing global issues while connecting with artists from around the world.

 

The name derives from combining the words “art” and “astronaut” as a way to describe the process of exploring uncharted territory in the world at large. The name also denotes the practice that is “not” art as usual, going beyond the confines of the traditional or conventional art world and blurring the boundaries between art, activism, and social practice. The Artnauts have worked at the intersection of critical consciousness and contemporary artistic practice to impact change for almost 25 years.  More than 350 artists have been in the collective, participating in over 270 exhibitions on 5 continents.

 

gamified gallery experience for the covid-19 era

WEB exhibition