Viralnet is a productive nexus: critique, archive, art space and journal. It intends to raise questions and provoke assumptions about culture, media, politics and the arts.
Working with international social critics, media theorists, writers, curators and artists, it is an online space that will grow and mutate as it delivers material for these post-digital, post-democratic times. As human experience becomes more mediated, we will highlight alternative pathways into future thought and art making.
Produced by the Center for Integrated Media and the MFA Writing Program at CalArts, Viralnet offers a series of commissioned online projects, essays and interviews with a view toward articulating new concepts and working strategies developed by contemporary intermedia artists, writers and theorists.