Internet Moon Gallery

Internet Moon Gallery is a digital art exhibition platform with a particular exhibition and curatorial format, with indexed content, virtual reality, and diverse formats. The project emerged as a non-profit proposal to give support and place to the contemporary needs of artists working through the Internet. Every night of the full moon a new exhibition is inaugurated in which artists and curators research and develop site-specific exhibition projects for virtual reality and 360-degree environments.

Internet Moon Gallery does not seek to export digital artworks to delimited physical spaces, its purpose is to facilitate the visualization of digital artworks in comfortable environments for the visitor such as the personal computer (PC) or their own mobile devices. Therefore, Internet Moon Gallery functions both as an exhibition space and as a research format in which each lunar period artists, curators, and/or collectives work on the creation of site-specific research projects.

The contextualization of the gallery is introduced through a series of ironic-fictional audiovisuals that introduce the theoretical framework of the project and how it works.

Due to the geographical location of the gallery, the exhibition calendar of the project is structured by lunar cycles. This reference to natural times and spaces functions in opposition to the artificially proposed ones and, at the same time, as a creative process and operating methodology.

Promoter of the project:
Manuel Minch
Contact details:
Manuel Minch

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