Unfinished Camp was launched in 2021 as a global community that links the technology and visual arts worlds closer together. Spanning six continents, Unfinished Camp collaborates with a growing network of artists and nine innovative art institutions to provide a global platform for emerging artists to explore the intersection of art and technology, while collectively imagining a thriving and equitable civil society for the digital age.
This community will learn, imagine, and collaborate to rethink the future of art and ethical technology.
Spearheaded by civic entrepreneur Frank McCourt and conceived by curator and artistic director of the Serpentine Galleries Hans Ulrich Obrist and author and cultural strategy advisor András Szántó, Unfinished Camp’s network includes organizations at the forefront of visual art, digital innovation, and technology across the globe.
Unfinished Camp’s inaugural in-person convening took place during the Venice Biennale Opening Week in April 2022 at the Venice Meeting Point.
Throughout the week, artists, art curators, and social innovators joined together in discussions and collaborative workshops to imagine the future of ethical technology.