In a time where offline life has become so intertwined with the online, how are artists and curators responding to digital culture?

Everything You See Is In The Past (EYSIITP) is a curatorial research project and exhibition by Francesco Imola. It took part in 2020 and was completed as part of Francesco's degree in Digital Arts at the University of Greenwich, London.

The project explores the impact of the internet and contemporary digital culture on the practice of artist-curators. It started in September 2019 and culminated in May 2020 with an exhibition and accompanying catalogue. This arena channel is a development portfolio [written in the first person] showing how I (Francesco) developed the project, the steps taken to do so, and the obstacles faced on the journey to the final exhibition. Here you will find documentation of the research practice and development stages, evidence of project management, and proof of research.