May 8, 2018 - Jun 30, 2018


A dirty fairy tale about memes, art, politics and propaganda

Curated by Clusterduck

A reflection on the growing role of memes in digital society, critically examining their wide reaching impact on contemporary aesthetics, politics and academia. #MEMEPROPAGANDA was also an experiment in collective memetic production, challenging the public to participate in an online competition of meme character design.

Six selected artists created a set of iconic posters, having as protagonists the fabulous creatures known as meme characters. The posters were spread in selected locations IRL/URL and contained a call to action, inviting the wider public to visit the exhibition and take part in its interactive, participatory format. Forum threads and chat discussions culminated in a night-long collective meme-themed drawing session at The resulting interactions and artistic experiments were documented and formed integral part of the exhibition.


Clusterduck is an interdisciplinary collective working at the crossroads of research, design and filmmaking, focusing on the processes and actors behind the creation of Internet related content.

Clusterduck is a germinal collective intelligence born out of the hybridization of online and real-life interactions.

Clusterduck is an attempt to mess with social engineering by means of symbolic manipulation.

Clusterduck is a bunch of badass guyz and galz who like to waste time online. 

Clusterduck is the weird kid staring at you from across the virtual schoolyard. 

Clusterduck  is the incidental manifestation of these messed up times.

Clusterduck is contemplating the depths of Internet.