Peer to Space is a creative organisation focusing on young contemporary arts -especially digital and Internet art-. Tina Sauerländer is the founder of peer to space (2010) and has already curated exhibitions and shows in frame of reputable institutions like HeK (Haus der elektronischen Künste, Basel) or at POSITIONS (a yearly Berlin Art Fair).
But she curates online exhibitions, as well,
to increase the visibility of new ways of artistic expression,
to create an easy access & raise the people’s interest in art and
to bring new forms of creativity into our modern environment, to current channels and devices,
thereby she totally catches up the nower Zeitgeist. Pioneering…
Mermaids and unicorns is the name of peer to space’s latest online exhibition and deals with the blurry boarders of humans’ on- and off-screen reality, the perception and acceptance of new truths, the impermanence and evanescence of up-to-dateness.
Next to interdisciplinary exhibitions, workshops and other projects, peer to space presents new forms of expressions and approaches in young contemporary art. Similarly to the concept of YOURARTBEAT, peer to space also serves a platform for artistic exchange of knowledge and experience.
The intention of peer to space is defined by its name – it combines the structure of Peer to peer Networking with the ideas of space, freedom and openness to artistic expression.
Aside: Peer to peer networking (P2P) means computer-networks where several computers can work together equally – it is an offering and sharing of own, as well as the use of the others’ services, functions and resources.
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