Underbelly Arts Online

Underbelly Arts Online explores the internet as a new space for artistic practice, unearthing local and regional artists from the Asia Pacific who are pushing the frontiers of digital expression.

This exhibition, presented in partnership with Adobe features five new artworks by artists from across the Asia Pacific.

View the exhibition here from 3 July and don’t forget to vote for your favourite work to go in the running for a night’s stay at a 5 star CBD hotel, two free tickets to the Festival and a dinner at Longrain to the value of $200! Winner announced on 2 August at ADOBE MAKE IT 2017.

Debbie Ding

Yu and Eye

Debbie Ding

Yu and Eye

Josh Harle

Make Yourself At Home - Hezhima Hutong

Josh Harle

Make Yourself At Home - Hezhima Hutong

Shilo Shiv Suleman

Reciprocity

Shilo Shiv Suleman

Reciprocity

Yun Choi

Shining

Yun Choi

Shining

Choi Yun shows the possibility of instant exchange or attachment between objects through a series of performances and videos. Through watches and jewellery displayed on glass showcases at jewellery market, Shining, 2016-2017, questions the meaning of possessing, the changing positions of authentic and the fake or the original and the copy as well as the true value in the present time.

Born in Seoul. Yun Choi focuses on the dual temporality related to the reality of South Korea through different media. She usually expresses her voice using cliché images with distorted speed. She recently participated in group exhibitions: 2016 Seoul Focus: No Longer Object, (SeMA, Buk-Seoul Museum of Art, 2017), Shame on You (Doosan Gallery New York, 2017), A Snowflake (Kukje Gallery, 2017).

 

Aspartime

NINE COMPUTER EXERCISES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY ONLINE DIGITAL INTERACTIVE ERA

Aspartime

NINE COMPUTER EXERCISES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY ONLINE DIGITAL INTERACTIVE ERA