SF Camerawork's online exhibition, "net.narrative" has launched at:

The show highlights eight projects by Mark Amerika, Natalie Bookchin,
Code Zebra/Sara Diamond, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Golan Levin, Jason
Lewis, the Radical Software Group, and Warren Sack.

In an effort to move critical discourse on net-based narratives
beyond traditional hypertext-oriented discussions of linearity,
navigation, and performative authorship, the show is thematized to
consider the site-specificity of the Internet, while also
reconsidering what it is that constitutes a "narrative."

As database aesthetics pervade contemporary art, patterns of user
behavior, the protocol of data presentation and retrieval, and the
self-reflexive visualization of data have all emerged as narrative
sources in their own right. The work in "net.narrative" exemplifies
these emergences.

Curated by Marisa S. Olson

Marisa S. Olson
Associate Director
SF Camerawork
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