thumb

a net exhibition concerning
virtual scale & drawing

thumb has been released

access

options: desktop application, video documentation

note: the Mac application can be buggy depending on hardware. The deadline has been short for all the technical parts to fall into place. This will be optimised throughout the next weeks, and other versions of this exhibition format will continue. If you are experiencing problems, please refer to the video below.

application will open in fullscreen. Quit with CMD+q, or Alt+f4.
controls: w-a-s-d (shift for speedup).

Windows: click here to download (~200 MB)
Mac: click here to download (~200 MB)
Linux: click here to download (~200 MB)

video


release

thumb (v0.0.1) has been released as a desktop application under Multipresent Anti-Aggressive Communal Computer, an antiauthoritarian computer. 2x2cm drawings, in the expanded field, has been undergoing virtual transgression.

The virtual space includes images generated with machine learning, graphite drawings, paintings, photography, video, a sculpture of red thread, a microscope drawing with emphasis on process, iconographic associations, interpretation of actual thumbs, a ripped paper sculpture, and a dot drawing on stamps for printing lsd substance onto.

A big thanks to those who submitted.

Yuzo Ono, Charlotte Cooper, Diyou yu, Art Sokolov, Teresa Arede, Stefan Bakmand, Harry Coday, Louise ├śrsted Jensen, Emily Moore, Abhaya Rajani, Thea Tang, Simon Job, Sarah Vines, Jay Chung, Marie Linsdell, Tobias Stenberg Christensen, Fengjin Yu, Alessandro Paiano, Shu Hu, Louise Gholam, Tanya Glavatskix, Anders Aarvik



image documentation
























pre-opening


this enquiry considers a virtual space without virtual attributes such as materiality, scale and space - in the transgression to virtual, an invisible dimension becomes retranscribed in which the attributes are not detected. The sense of materiality, scale and space is lost, while thumb takes this transgression and its belonging attributes and turns them into the premise of the show. A shift which has consciously occured, from 2x2cm drawings to entities in a virtual space with the curatorial agency as key

3D artist: Nicolai Oestergaard
curator: Anders Aarvik

critiques and eventual performances will be planned post-opening

poster