Given the multiple and complex intersections between education and the theme, Morality promises to open up an unprecedented and exciting space for a wider and even more amorphous public than usually addressed by contemporary art. This web platform is vital for the production and expansion of the different levels of discourse that Morality intends to provoke.

Alongside contributions from Witte de With’s staff and invited guests, the audience is encouraged to bring content into the project (through texts, images, video) and to react to other contributions. The web platform also presents developments and results of education projects as well as artistic processes and discussions prior to the performance cycle, film program and symposium, with the intention to stimulate an intense interaction with our audiences.

The web platform explores the potential of engaging directly with our visitors, and aims at integrating a range of levels and forms of engagement for a diversity of audiences, from discourse to simple observation. That is why five categories of users are distinguished based on their level of engagement:

  • Observers. The activity of visitors browsing the web platform is visualized in an interactive graph by the amount of clicks on specific contributions.
  • Participants. Everybody can register, respond to the question of the week, do assignments, create and edit content, comment and take part in discussions. Just log in and join.
  • Guest contributors. Artists, curators, educators, writers, teachers, students are invited by Witte de With to contribute to the web platform, related in the form of projects specially created for Morality.
  • The observed. The web platform continuously filters the feeds of Twitter users worldwide on specific keywords. Although they are unaware of Morality, they still contribute to the project.
  • Witte de With. The institution produces projects and programs related to Morality. Every staff member can make his or her projects and related content visible to the audience in a variety of ways, this includes educational projects, lectures, artistic processes, performances, discussions and interviews.