Auto Italia, London, 04 October 2014 — 16 November 2014
Mercedes Bunz, Lucy Chinen, April Greiman, Holly Herndon, Dominic Jaeckle, Pablo Jones-Soler, Shama Khanna, Mary Margaret Rinebold, Metahaven, Ingo Niermann, Pinar&Viola, Jenna Sutela, Michael Schindhelm and Zing Tsjeng
POLYMYTH x Miss Information, 2014. Courtesy of the artists.

Loitering at the crossroads of personal resolution and high definition, Miss Information dances to the algo-rhythms of terra firma and terra bytes. Seeking refuge in data h(e)avens, Miss Information is having a (fl)awesome time making automagic for the people. Looking for Alsosolutions for love, lunch and the building blocks of DIdentitY – amidst the syndromes of the century and the s(chl)ock of the new – Miss Information says RELAX. Miss Information wants to be free.

POLYMYTH x Miss Informationis a project bringing together a range of creative practitioners to explore the narratives and grammar enmeshed in the technologically accelerated now. Scripting realities and using speculation as a tool, the project seeks to create and illustrate contemporary myths in order to think upon the present, using Miss Information as both a character and a strategy.

In an exhibition space narrated by the disembodied voice of Miss Information (whose dialogue has been sourced through an invited cast of ghost writers), contributors April Greiman, Pablo Jones-Soler, Metahaven + Holly Herndon and Pinar&Viola explore the magic realism of network(ed) culture. Amidst a cloud of data, propositions and multiple identities the project investigates the frictions within fluid systems, and mines the subtext of surfaces to excavate what might lie beyond.

April Greiman visualises an aspect of the MIS-infoscape of sea and air, Pinar&Viola proffers a more is more solution (and wardrobe) for the question of unconditional love, and Metahaven and Holly Herndon engages the complexities of avatar anxiety, all within an augmented interior designed by Pablo Jones-Soler.

Using diverse physical and immaterial media, tools and space, this accumulation of artistic strategies is designed to render a total artwork out of a sequence of independent pieces.

Special thanks to Corey Bartlet, Benjamin Bowe-Carter, Malcolm Bradley, Magdalena Brozikova, Hannah Le Feuvre, Louis Flothmann, Ella Frost, Robbie Howells, Charlotte Juhen, Katie McCain, Poppy Moroney, Joshua Parker, Paloma Proudfoot, Charles Pryor, Sophie Rogers, Conni Rosewarne, Sean Roy Parker, Julia Sandberg Hansson, Chris Sebestik, Andrea Shortell, Pierre-Alexandre Simoes, Victoria Sin, Matthew Slee, Dom Visy and Jacob Watmore for bringing it to life.