The international group exhibition "Private Settings. Art after the Internet" tells the story of how we build intimacy and human relations in the realm of rampant technological progress, globalisation and the ever increasing domination of virtual reality in the everyday life, and consequently – how we perceive and perform our constellation-based identity. Embracing a myriad of international voices, the story is told from the perspective of artists born in the 1980s and 1990s, whose generation came of age amid dynamic expansion of the Internet and mass digital culture, in a space of seemingly unlimited possibilities coupled by the excess of images and information.
The exhibition is the first large scale presentation in Poland of this kind, offering a broad panorama of the young international art scene. Scheduled on the eve of the Warsaw Gallery Weekend, the exhibition opening will feature a performance by the young Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai, previously presented at New York’s MOMA PS1 and Art Basel Miami.