We are living through a technological revolution that is profoundly altering politics, the economy, and even subjectivity. Contemporary artists must attempt to reflect upon and critique the texture of these changes, offer daring insights into our relationship with them, and imagine alternatives. The most relevant artistic practices of today forge new languages as they pursue these tasks. Import Projects is a curatorial initiative that is committed to the problematics of the networked era and the artists who address it. Our program champions approaches that consider the interface between the apparatus and the subject, the virtual and the material, the object and the rhizome, by employing whatever media best describe the dynamic.