MozEx Tate and V&A collaboration at Mozilla Festival

Learning and Interpretation
October 19, 2016
Shut them up with your Flash drive, Human Rights Foundation
Shut them up with your Flash drive, Human Rights Foundation

MozEx is a digital art exhibition curated by the digital learning teams at both the Tate and the V&A, taking place at MozFest, Mozilla’s annual celebration of the diverse, creative internet community and the greater open Internet movement.

The MozEx exhibit explores links between art, society, and the digital world. Created by both individual practitioners and cross-disciplinary collaborations, the exhibit will explore the value of art to society through Web literacy, digital inclusion and accessibility, privacy, policy, and hacking.

ForgottenFormats - MozEx
Forgotten Formats, Simon Allen

Over fifty projects have been selected, after an open call earlier this year, including work that engages viewers with questions about identity, representation and the networked image, but also free culture and collaborative practices, netizen rights, glitch-art, net art, remixing culture and more.

The selected projects will be on display during MozFest, from Friday 28 – Sunday 30 October, at Ravensbourne College.

A MozEx publication including all projects is available to view and download on issuu.

Forbidden Fruit Machine, Kati Hyyppä & Niklas Roy
Forbidden Fruit Machine, Kati Hyyppä & Niklas Roy


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