Electronic Superhighway Review

You would be forgiven for being a little taken aback upon entering Electronic Superhighway at the Whitechapel Art Gallery. As soon as visitors step into the exhibition space they are greeted by a huge image of a woman’s backside with snippets of text speech coming out her arse. The nudity in Olaf Breuning’s Text Butt (2015) certainly grabs viewer’s attention – even if it is only vaguely amusing – but it does not set the tone for the rest of the exhibition. Electronic Superhighway isn’t an exhibition about individual artists. Instead, with the work of over 70 artists on display, it gives a broad survey of the relationship between art and technology over the last 50 years.

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