How To Download A Boyfriend
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The first of its kind, "How To Download a Boyfriend" is a group art exhibition in the form of an interactive e-book. Featuring artwork by 50 contemporary artists from New York and elsewhere, HTDAB showcases the most exciting work being created at the intersection of digital and popular culture today. Established artists like Thomas Bayrle and Cory Arcangel use xerox machines and disposable cameras to make images while younger artists like Josh Kline and Petra Cortright mine the web for materials to create one-of-a kind works. Artists and writers have also written interactive "quizzes" that test readers with funny, probing, or simply absurd questions about the nature of love and desire in the 21st century. Curated and produced by the staff of Badlands Unlimited.
Artists in HTDAB: AA Bronson and Ryan Brewer, Alan Schaffer, A.E. Benenson, Ann Hirsch, Antoine Catala and Margaret Lee, Arend DeGruyter-Helfer, Ben Schumacher, Billy Rennekamp, Brenna Murphy, Calla Henkel and Max Pitegoff, Cara Benedetto, Chris Collins, Christian de Vietri, Clayton Deutsch, Cory Arcangel, Dani Leventhal, Daniel Chew, Daniel Leyva, David OReilly, Ei Arakawa, Elliott Wright, Georgia Sagri, Hayley Silverman, Ian Cheng, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Josh Kline, Katja Novitskova, Kyunghee Jwa, Martine Syms, Matthew Raviotta, Meghan Radju, Micaela Durand, Michelle Ceja, Nick DeMarco, Paul Chan, Peggy Ahwesh, Petra Cortright, Rachel Rose, Sam Pulitzer, Sarah Chow, Scott Keightley, Timur Si-Qin, Thomas Bayrle, Tony Conrad, Travess Smalley, Travis Hallenbeck, Veronica So