The first time we talked about Sideroom.com was in February 2004. In the midst of an idle conversation we started talking about how great it would be to utilize the internet and have a completely mobile artistic career based online. For the next few months the idea popped up in a few conversations and the more we discussed it and thought it over the more realistic it became.
It wasn’t long before Sideroom.com was launched at the first of what would become a long line of infamous Sideroom.com parties. From that first event things grew pretty fast, and looking back it is amazing how much has happened in four years. We’ve had at least four different incarnations of the website, more crazy parties than I can remember, spent a year in Japan, run an art gallery for two years, produced three issues of Sideroom.com Magazine and even produced 50 episodes of a live to air television show. We’ve done more than we ever could have imagined and what started as a simple idea really has taken on a life and culture of its own.
Sideroom.com Online Art and Culture Magazine is the next evolution in the Sideroom.com story and sees the artists and exhibitions of Sideroom.com Gallery and Creative Space combine forces with the quality content of Sideroom.com Magazine and Sideroom TV to produce the completely integrated online art and culture community that is www.sideroom.com.