Lauren Cornell

“In contemporary art, [the Internet’s] pervasiveness seems often misunderstood or overlooked, While the field of art online continues to thrive, art engaged with the internet does not need to exist there; because the internet is not just a medium, but also a territory populated and fought over by individuals, corporations, and governments; a communications tool; and a cultural catalyst.”
Lauren Cornell, in “Walking Free”, essay published in the online catalogue of the ehibition Free (New Museum, New York, October 20, 2010 – January 23, 2011).

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