UVP Summer Review 2022: It’s not a bug. It’s a future.

June 16 – August 20, 2022
Thursday – Saturday, dusk to 11pm
UVP Everson, Everson Museum Plaza
401 Harrison Street, Syracuse, NY

Urban Video Project (UVP) is pleased to announce UVP Summer Review 2022, featuring pieces from the UVP 2021-22 programming year, It’s Not a Bug, It’s the Future.

UVP will run the Summer Review 2022 program every night from June 16 – August 20, 2022, Thursday – Saturday from dusk to 11 p.m. 

If you missed one of this year’s main exhibitions, now is your chance to see it!


UVP Summer Review 2022 Program


Hito Steyerl: Strike

No Emoji for Ennui (group exhibition)
Lana Z Caplan
Ross Meckfessel
Alison Nguyen
Matt Whitman

 Kite: Makȟóčheowápi Akézaptaŋ (Fifteen Maps)


UVP 2021-22: It’s Not a Bug, It’s the Future

“We want to corrupt data. We want to fuck up the machine… We recognize that in this breaking, there is a beginning.” — Legacy Russell, Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto (2020)

With UVP’s 2021-22 program year, It’s not a bug; it’s a future, we set up shop on the sites of breakdown in our technologically entangled world—bugs and glitches, viruses and hacks, system panics and failed Turing tests—to explore their dual nature. On the one hand, they are a threat to order and function that endangers us. On the other, these interruptions of the status quo open up the possibility of liberation. In either case, when they happen, bugs and glitches make visible the many techno-social systems that they disrupt. These systems surround us with such ubiquity that we tend to forget they are there all the time, running as background processes—globalized supply chains, binary frameworks of gender, predictive algorithms made from harvested data, and so on.