The TAGallery is a project developed by the Vienna-based collective CONT3XT.NET. More than a virtual gallery, TAGallery is a curatorial experiment. Earlier this year, both CONT3XT.NET and TAGallery were formed as a del.icio.us account. Del.icio.us is a social bookmarking manager that relies on a non-hierarchical keyword categorization system where users can tag each of their bookmarks with a number of freely-chosen keywords, allowing the visualization of bookmarks added by similar-minded users. So, according to the CONT3XT.NET statement, 'the main premise for using a Del.icio.us account for curating is the concept of the 'tagged exhibition,' which transfers the imagery and work methods of non-commercial exhibition spaces into a discursive electronic data space.' The TAGallery is, therefore, an online platform for the exploration of tagging as a curatorial tool, in which different types of users--artists, curators, and writers--become 'taggers.'