In the summer of 2008, I want to see more…
Art not about the intersection of technology and culture.
Art not about physical bodies in virtual space, virtual bodies in physical space, virtual space in physical bodies, or physical space in virtual bodies.
Art not trans-gendered, trans-disciplinary, or trans-local.
Art not about the art market of Chelsea, the gentrification of Brooklyn, or the suburbanization of New Jersey.
Art not immersive, multi-disciplinary, multi-modal, or multi-cultural.
Art that does not make use of youTube, mySpace, or secondLife.
Art that is not a critique of consumerism.
Art that is neither neo-dada, neo-fluxus, neo-situationist, or neo-arte povera.
Art that does not seek to be inclusive of the difference of the other via collaborative cell phone video podcast collage.
Art not about viral memes, online marketing, the noosphere, media saturation, or MK-ULTRA mind-control experiments.
Art that does not incorporate the Wii remote.
Art not seeking to dismantle the artificial dichotomy between nature and culture.
Art not seeking to dismantle the artificial dichotomy between science and art.
Ubiquitous computing, global positioning systems, surveillance cameras, animal architecture, and anything having to do with the human genome project are right out.
Art not green, sustainable, or post-human.
Art that does not celebrate Darwinian evolution as the cosmology of our times.
Art not using generative software algorithms to re-examine the tradition of American landscape photography.
Art that does not attempt to create an abstract cartographic mythology by synthesizing theoretical physics and Tibetan Buddhism.
Art not about moving through urban space.
Art not exploring artificial life, artificial intelligence, artificial insemination, artificial sweetener, or anything else artificial.
Art that is not a simulacrum of a palimpsest of an artifice of the spectacle.
Art that embodies neither emergent systems nor dystopian futures.
Art that is not a Deleuzean mash-up of Cagean algorithms.
Art that does not allude to Sol Lewitt, Josephy Beuys, Bucky Fuller, Johnny Depp, or John Ashcroft.
Art not about the U.S. homeland security advisory system.
Art that does not attempt to vectorize the trajectory of desire.
Art not conceived in response to a call for proposals.
Art not conceived in response to this list.