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15 November, 20:00 CET

The Hmm @ REBOOT

With The Hmm we’re often looking at the latest developments and trends in internet culture. But for tonight’s event we’re going to take a look back at digital art and how the internet has shaped culture from the 1960s until today.

The Hmm @ REBOOT brings together eight artists, designers and researchers across generations, who are working with and reflecting on digital tools, online identities, and the deep impact of internet culture. During this special program in collaboration with Nieuwe Instituut, we’ll be highlighting three generations of makers. From the exhibition REBOOT, we invite the pioneers of digital art (1960-2000), and present-day makers who responded to their works. Finally, we present emerging young artists, designers, and makers from our Hmm FYI Emerging Digital Maker Program.

Join us for this intergenerational scroll through the long arc of internet culture and digital art! 

Can’t join us in person in Rotterdam? Or just want to watch from the comfort of your laptop or phone? All of our events are hybrid so you can also buy a ticket to join The Hmm @ REBOOT online via our livestream website.

With your ticket you get free access to the REBOOT exhibition at the Nieuwe Instituut on the day of the event. The exhibition is open on Wednesday 15 November from 10:00-19:00.

🗓 Date: Wednesday 15 November, 2023
📍 Location: Nieuwe Instituut, Museumpark 25, 3015 CB, Rotterdam

⏰ Doors open: 7:30PM CET
🕗 Program starts: 8PM CET
🎟 Tickets: on-site €8,- / on-site student discount €5,- / online livestream €5

♿️ Accessibility Note
During the event we can provide live closed captioning for those with hearing impairment. Please reach out to us if you are joining onsite and have this access need, so we can reserve a seat for you within view of the screen with captions. If you are joining online via our livestream, live captioning will be available as one of the streaming modes. Accessibility information for Nieuwe Instituut can be found here.

💜 This event is kindly supported by the Creative Industry Fund.


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