Techspressionism 2021, our first international juried exhibition, will open later this year as a VR exhibition on Kunstmatrix. Helen Harrison, Director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in East Hampton NY is serving as the advisor for the exhibition with artists Colin Goldberg and Patrick Lichty serving as co-curators.
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 part of the index is here.
The Techspressionism 2021 International Juried Exhibition was developed as a mechanism to locate and provide exposure to artists who relate to the conceptual basis of Techspressionism as defined on our homepage, and are interested in actively participating in its development into a term of common usage, as described in our mission statement.
This exhibition will be gender equal; we will show one female artist for every male artist in the exhibition, and include artists from as many different nations as possible. When approached as a social sculpture, Techspressionism allows for issues of gender and racial inequality to be addressed through curatorial decisions, allowing participants in the movement to actively work towards a more inclusive future.