The Internet as Art, Sort Of

Not only has the World Wide Web turned the most sheltered among us into cosmopolitan bon vivants, it's changed the way artists interact with, discuss and create art. Three such artists are the elusive, questionably real trio: Whyte Window, Black Mirror and Black Burka. By all accounts, these artists use the Internet as a tool to disrupt and engage in artistic conversation. But in the age of anonymity, half the fun is questioning the identity of certain artists. Think of the upcoming show at Beefhaus (833 Exposition Ave.) as the “experiment in digital art” that the artists want it to be and you're bound to find the show intriguing. Worry too much about who these artists are and you might find yourself miffed. Decide for yourself during the one-night-only show from 8-11 p.m. Saturday. More information lurking somewhere on the Internet. Check Facebook.
Sat., March 28, 8-11 p.m., 2015
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