viralnet.net is a productive nexus—a curatorial initiative, an archive and an alternative studio.
Each year we curate a selection of international social critics, media theorists, writers and artists and we post their interviews, essays, projects and exhibitions online. As human experience becomes more mediated and more networked we highlight alternative pathways into future thought and art making.
viralnet.net is interested in creative practices that probe the nature of our culture and questions our assumptions towards media, science, performance and art. It insists on provoking an “indiscipline” that moves beyond protected borders of privileged interests, provisional groupings and territorial assumptions.
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