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Art & Education: Geographically Indeterminate Fantasies: The Animated GIF as Place

April 11, 2016


April 11, 2016

Providence College—Galleries is pleased to announce the launch of its inaugural online exhibition Geographically Indeterminate Fantasies: The Animated GIF as Place. This online exhibition—permanently installed within the PC–G website—marks the Galleries’ new commitment to supporting and showcasing digital and web-based artistic practices as integral disciplines within the realms of contemporary art and education.

Guest curated by critics from the renowned arts blog Art F City (, this group exhibition showcases the work of more than 25 artists who use animated GIFs to present fully realized environments. With over 100 animated GIFs on display, the exhibition serves as both a vision of artists’ new worlds, and as a document of our own reality’s aspirations and anxieties.