We constantly see art and technology intertwined in digital art, net-art, creative coding and current dialogues within visual culture. Fully opening to this relationship, MozEx is an art exhibition with a 21st-century twist. Curated by the digital learning teams at both the Tate and the V&A in 2016 (in collaboration with the Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Festival), it included fifty-four dynamic digital artworks that spanned many disciplines and media. In this paper we look at reviewing our co-working approach as MozEx producers and curators, looking at the constructive cross-exchange of art, web and tech that was created and built-up during this project. The paper opens a critical angle on what it means to form a contemporary and collaborative exhibit project, what critical questions are asked and how the cross-connection with art, tech, culture and web can be key to open-up more constructive gallery and also non-gallery setting, in a physical space and/or on a digital platform.