dotjpg is a joint exhibition by Muuqi Maxwell, Trevis True, and friends, that explores certain aspects of the emergent field of “Post-Internet.” Though the name “Post-Internet” has been a hot topic of contention and debate, the field it seeks to encompass is interested in how the near-ubiquitous presence of the internet now influences and mediates major components of contemporary life. dotjpg comprises both physical and immaterial/experiential works, most of which speak to a veritable sea change in society enacted by the onset of the internet and mobile devices, of being constantly connected, of the personal becoming the public, of immediacy, and the concomitant feelings of hope and fear for the future.