A Visibility Matrix | Sven Anderson & Gerard Byrne at The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin

The Douglas Hyde Gallery presents an ambitious new artwork that explores the politics and conditions of visibility. Initiated by Dublin-based artists and long-term collaborators, Sven Anderson and Gerard Byrne, A Visibility Matrix assembles contributions from a distributed panel of artists, film-makers and others within a synchronised, multi-channel video installation that will be presented for the first time in Gallery 1 of The Douglas Hyde Gallery.

A Visibility Matrix unfolds as a response to the ambitions of abandoned art and technology projects from the 1960s–1980s that prioritised multiscreen video projection, monitor arrays, communications networks and algorithmic composition principles. These projects explored visual excess and hyperstimulation prior to the development of the Internet, and before multi-screen video displays expanded into the vernacular backdrop of everyday public and private life. Considered now, the plural voices of these experiments in perception and communication simultaneously prophesise and bypass the homogenised conditions that have come to be accepted as network culture.

See Douglas Hyde website for more information (link above).

Cite this blog post
anneg (2018, July 10). A Visibility Matrix | Sven Anderson & Gerard Byrne at The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin. DIGITAL EIRE •Digital Cultural Productions in Ireland. Retrieved June 13, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/nmpt

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