The exhibition White, Yellow, Blue, and Black, One Coincidence, and One Object presents eight international positions in internet based art

that embrace monochromacity as a formal principle without clinging to the ideological aims of earlier artistic avant-gardes.

The works on display implicitly address the deconstruction of the digital image via text (code) and explicitly ask whether, in the face of the present image overload, there are ways of escaping the so-called crisis of representation. It is therefore possible to read these abstract works of art as art about abstract art.

Here you can express yourself. (*required)