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Weird Shit


anonymous waves White Page Gallery is proud to present Weird Shit featuring works by Camelia Mirescu and Claudio Ferrari (Italy), Orlando Mee (Narungga land), Nina Sobell (USA), Persephone (Mexico), Jeremy Hight (USA), SueKi Yee (Malaysia), Ana Cordeiro Reis aka cernozem aka fierling (Portugal/UK), Domenico Barra (Italy), Mati Pirsztuk (Argentina), Methas Chantawongs (Thailand), Lucas Rebelo (Brazil) and Francesca Bonci (Italy). Runs May 23 to June 30 2021. Image: Still from Eternal by SueKi Yee. View the exhibition here: https://www.anonymouswaves.org/p/white-page-gallery.html

Pure Abstract FTP

An absolute honour to be invited to participate in the Pure Abstract FTP exhibition. Curated by DC Spensley this show takes place in a full virtual environment, including experimental sounds, online chat and lots of striking images inspired in part by the Free The Pixels Group on Facebook which has over 16,000 members dedicated to sharing and re-imagining pixels. Check it out here: https://newart.city/show/ftp


Weird Shit

OPEN CALL: Weird Shit. anonymous waves White Page Gallery invites works in any medium that can be displayed on a webpage. Please note that video and sound works must be published as public files on YouTube, Vimeo, Soundcloud or Bandcamp. Subject: weird. This goes beyond simply unusual. Submissions close May 10 2021. All selected artists will receive a limited edition Certificate of Weirdness! Forget Bitcoin, cryptoart and NFTs. This is worth real money! All submissions and/or enquiries to surrealdada@gmail.com


MRWN - the art of Marwen Ben Cheikh

anonymous waves White Page Gallery proudly presents MRWN - the art of Marwen Ben Cheikh. This Special Event takes place for just 5 days from March 8th to 12th, and features recent film and sound work by this unique Tunisian artist. The exhibition will also feature 2 live ZOOM sessions with MRWN and his collaborators beaming in from Mali, Tunisia and Australia. Still from MOVE_ featuring the dancer Wael Marghni. The exhibition will be viewable here...

Return of the GIF!

Castell Lanko Sensory Deprivation 2

anonymous waves White Page Gallery is proud to present Return of the GIF! Featuring works by: sandra araújo, Castell Lanko, Methas Chantawongs, Nicole Kouts, Persefone, Lucas Rebelo, Domenico Barra, Systaime, Jack Williams, Francesco Seren Rosso, Nina Sobell, Domokos Váncsa, Vincent Egon Verschueren, Sonia E Barrett, Camelia Mirescu, Veronica Laminarca, omant, Andrea Roccioletti and Bob Georgeson. Visit exhibition here...

the node to nowhere

the node to nowhere was a collaborative node of the biennale NO, an art event that may or may not have taken place during November and December 2020. The biennale NO was organised by net.art pioneers noemata.net and revolved around use of the hashtag #biennaleNO. the node to nowhere was hosted by the anonymous waves White Page Gallery and took the form of a Google Drive doc that was publicly avaialable for anyone to contribute to. This book is the result. You can read online or download the PDF at the Internet Archive here...

Unseen: recent works by Bob Georgeson

This solo exhibition was first shown at the OhmZutt Gallery in November/December 2020
Design for a new city
Suburban life
Pathway to a new language #1
Binary hex tape
Pathway to a new language #2
meme Traveller
The view above
Shinju dream
Looking over me

 Interference #2

View from the 15th floor
A good flower
Under the skin
The Kiss
From the book alone
Petit Mort
Cairo Dreams

Recent graphics

At the optometrists

It was in the underground car park when it happened...

Bega Commemorative Centre (ghost of Tony Allen)


The Skin of Darkness


The Other Side

Collaboration with Denitsa Dikova

Perfect Users meet dadaland collective:

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The anonymous waves White Page Gallery is proud to present This film has been modified from its original version. It has been formatted to fit this screen. by Canadian film maker Khanhthuan Tran.

This film has been modified from its original version. It has been formatted to fit this screen. (2019) references contemporary instances of film appropriation such as Anne McGuire’s Strain Andromeda The (1992) and David Claerbout’s The Pure Necessity (2016). Two distinct layers of appropriated film are superimposed to depict a series of scenes showing people watching a disaster film on television. Together, this recontextualizes the original actors’ performances and mise-en-scene in an attempt to disrupt the surface illusion of reality, trying to break the image, and expose a hidden reality. The disaster film genre is thematically transformative: from destruction arises reconstruction, form follows function: disaster cinema is used as a metaphor for the transformation of film, from analogue to digital and the transformative process of modification within film appropriation.

Process One


The anonymous waves White Page Gallery is proud to present its inaugural exhibition #monalisa – a film by Jennifer Anderson and Vernon Lott (USA). Shot in slow motion over 3 days at the Louvre in Paris, and then edited down from 40 to 11 hours (the film makers had originally conceived a much shorter documentary but were so fascinated by the footage they left many of the takes intact), the film is an extraordinary document of our times. We are very excited to partner with Jennifer and Vernon to bring you this world premiere!

Jennifer Anderson and Vernon Lott's new experimental nonfiction film, “#monalisa,” immerses viewers in the pre-COVID-19 museum experience.

Each year, approximately ten million people visit the Louvre, and according to Henri Loyrette, the Louvre's former director, “eighty percent of the people only want to see the Mona Lisa.” But how many people actually look at the famous painting? Or do they just take a selfie? Filmed on a GoPro consumer camera, "#monalisa" is an interrogation of the relationship between art and technology.

Additionally, in a world where our attention spans are waning (a 2013 study conducted by Microsoft found that the average person's attention span was 8 seconds--one second less than that of a goldfish), "#monalisa" invites viewers to slow down and observe; to this end, the film was shot entirely in slow motion and the filmmakers kept the editing to a minimum--the longest shot is 45 minutes. As a result, the film turns visitors to the Louvre into works of art themselves. The film is a contemplation of human behavior and a meditation on looking.

"#monalisa" features cinematography by Nandan Rao and a wall-to-wall score by Peter Broderick and David Allred. At eleven hours, "#monalisa" might be the nineteenth longest experimental film ever made, and the score the second longest musical composition ever released. It's not necessarily meant to be watched from beginning to end. Viewers can click around on the link and watch it in any order.


Cooking lessons with Nigella

West Cape

Selected for One Minute Volume 10 curated by Kerry Baldry 2020

Open call for the exhibition The Other Side

Open call for creatives working in any medium at any stage of their careers to submit work for the online exhibition The Other Side, curated and hosted by the anonymous waves White Page Gallery. The exhibition explores the themes of alienation, isolation and loneliness and poses the questions: What effect does new technology and political systems have on these conditions? What impact does the prevalence of these conditions have on a coherent society? 

Submissions close August 31 2020 and the exhibition will launch later this year. More information and submission form can be found at the anonymous waves White Page Gallery website page.