This is the latest and last reincarnation of scaremongering.net (2003-2007). As you can see we decided to re-enter the entire selection of works and galleries since the very beginning of our initiative and ditched the whole gallery website feel altogether for a better ‘bloggish’ presentation.
With this version of our site one can truly understand the full development of our work through the years and apart from the typical documentation you all have come to expect from us we have also put in a full retrospective narration on all of our major projects and phases, warts and all!
We have come to understand that documentation is one of the most important priorities which any form of artistic project should give its utmost attention to. Now that we have started a new phase and that scaremongering.net has redefined itself in other far off territory we think it’s apt to lay our past at rest and have it all collected and explained for anyone who’s interested in it.
This was scaremongering.net.
The Site Administrators -
and Anton Bonnici.
We had been toying around with the idea of giving our website a face lift since early 2006 but we were never too fond of the ideas and designs we came up with. Even though we were still very happy with our original design we were all conscious that it had been around for three years and that it had its limitations.
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At around October 2003 we started discussing the possibility of taking scaremongering.net more seriously. The general idea was to turn scaremongering.net into some form of organization that organized art exhibitions and alternative events and use the website to promote art and unknown amateur artists and writers like ourselves.exhibitions, retrospective, website | Comments Off
The very first scaremongering.net site was put up by Kari McKay in 2001 for private use by a number of close friends. This was a perfect place where we could show off each other’s creative attempts at being controversial, subversive, violent and sometimes simply sad and sick.retrospective, website | Comments Off