Broadcast a downloadable exhibition for Spring

Would you like to have your private exhibition gathering international artists on your walls at home this Spring? Hurry up, count down has already started!

David Horvitz, PHrame collaborator at Splash #1, is curating a downloadable exhibition based on the concept of broad casting of seeds applied to Internet.

Artist statement:

This exhibition may be freely downloaded, printed, exhibited, published, copied, etc… There are no installation instructions. The recommended print sizes are listed in the works list PDF. The zipped folder will will remain available as long as the sendspace link is active. They will not be re-uploaded.

The initial idea was to make a “bouquet of spring flowers,” and to “broadcast” this in spring (We still have 18 more days of spring!). The term broadcast (for broadcast distribution, like the internet) is originally a farming term for the broad casting of seeds. Distributing seeds over a broad area, throwing them with your hand. The Internet here not only broadcasts over a large space, but also time (being able to store data that can be accessed in the future – like a seed?). Playing with these etymologies and metaphors, this exhibition is like a handful of seeds sent out somewhere. They may remain dormant, or with the right conditions, they can materialize into real space. And this is also about time – playing with the natural temporalities of the seasons (the movement of the sun and the Earth), with the simultaneity and synchronous aspects of high-speed communication (something that seems to be able to exist beyond time and space).

above image: Marysia Lewandowska, Publishing as Practice (tulips). Stockholm, 26th May ’12

The exhibition brings together contributors like Jon Rafman and Mishka Henner, whose projects were also screened during Splash #1, as well as Anjum Asharia and Marisa Jahn, BFFA3AE, Claudia Sola, David Horvitz, Hans Aarsman, Kristina Lee Podesva, Marysia Lewandowska, Michael Mandiberg, Natalie Häusler, Vlatka Horvat.

A downloadable and printable exhibition hosted at:                     Or visit the webpage: you and I may not hurry it with a thousand poems my darling but nobody will stop it With all the Policemen in The


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