Agorama is a London based collective of four artists and curators. They seek to engage in the distributed exhibition model and engage with the multi-sitedness of this developing artistic practice. Alongside their artistic and curatorial practice, they also provide education and workshops on digital literacy and technology. In this project, through an online/offline presence, Agorama will be exploring the notion of telecocoon as a form of data-self and data connectivity – exploring how these telecocoons can be visually manifested and accessible through the Snapchat application. This project will take place at the Public Programme space at TPG taking the form of a weekend long closing event that will occur between the 11th and 12th of May.
Agorama includes Alejandro Ball (Peruvian), Inês Costa (Portuguese), Max Dovey (British) and Anna Viani.