SAFE began as a curatorial Eyebeam proposal and has evolved into a platform for research, exhibition, and programming on safe space in network culture featuring an intergenerational group of artists, writers, musicians, and performers. Together their work questions the validity of safety through online expressions of intersectional trauma — personal, familial, collective, and systemic.


Exhibition
The Wrong, a digital art biennial
November 1, 2018 - January 31, 2018
The website includes 10 essays written by myself and others. It intentionally does not host or show any art, photos, or video as a safe space strategy to ease people into the content that lives elsewhere on the Internet. Artists included Aaron Krach, Allison Parrish, Amalia Soto, Anthony Malone, Aric Crafford, Brendan Fernandes, Diamond Stingily, Erin Davis / Max C Lee, Jenyu Wang, M. Lamar, Matt Gottesfeld, Matthew Praley, Nora Khan, Paul Soulellis, Porpentine & Neotenomie, Reagan Holiday, shawné michaelain holloway, Shiv Kotecha, Signe Pierce & Alli Coates, Vanessa Place, and William E. Jones. Photos courtesy of Porpentine.
Mark