Techspressionism 2021 will showcase 100 artists from around the world utilizing technology as a means of personal expression.
Gender-equality and international diversity are two curatorial goals of the exhibition. When approached as a social sculpture, Techspressionism allows for societal change to be made, allowing participants in the movement to actively work towards a more inclusive future for contemporary art.
The show will open in November 2021 on Techspressionism.com using the Kunstmatrix 3D exhibition platform. The exhibition’s co-curators are artists Colin Goldberg and Patrick Lichty. Helen Harrison, Director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in East Hampton NY is serving as the exhibition’s advisor.
Over 1200 works from 310 international artists working with technology were submitted via the initial curatorial round on CallForEntry.org. The final selection will be limited to artists included in the Techspressionist Visual Artists Index. More information about how to become included in the index is here.