Established in 2005 Digicult is one of the main international platforms investigating the impact of digital technologies and applied sciences on art, design and contemporary culture.

Score as a thinking tool. Interview with Samson Young

The work of Samson Young takes the form of different media, connecting music to visuality through video and drawing. Following a particular interest in composition, this interview permits an insight into scores as structuring and organizing tools of experience attempting to understand the contemporary social constrains and possibilities.... READ MORE...

Media Art and Art Market: an interview with Gerfried Stocker

As director of Ars Electronica Gerfried Stocker has a fundamental role in the promotion and creation of recognition of Media Art. The sociological aspect that determines this cultural field is recognised in this interview, which express hope about a fruitful dialogue between Media Art and contemporary art... READ MORE...

Sirens: an audio-visual project by Novi_Sad and Ryoichi Kurokawa

Sirens, originally an audio-visual project by Novi_sad and Ryoichi Kurokawa, has taken now the form of a publication, including an audio CD and a Book, released in 2016 for Sub Rosa (BE) and s[edition] (U.K.). The original audio-visual performance - where Kurokawa’s visuals meet the audio work of Kaproulias - took place in 2009, at different festival and venues around the world.... READ MORE...

FAD – Digital Art Biennial 2018 “Hybrid Languages” | Deadline 17/09/2017

For its new edition revolved around the theme of Hybrid Languages, FAD, Digital Art Biennial in Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte, invites artists and critics from all over the world to submit hybrid works where the digital and the analog, the natural and the artificial, the real and the virtual cross and create immersive experiences for the visitors. Deadline: 17/09/2017... READ MORE...

The Digicult Agency produces and curates art exhibitions, events, workshops, educational activities, catalogues, books, lectures and round tables, giving even consultancy about cultural marketing & communication strategies, and digital publishing tools.

Digimag Journal is an interdisciplinary publication seeking high-standard articles and reviews that focus on the impact of the last technological and scientific developments on art, design and contemporary society. It is based on quarterly open call for papers and published by Digicult Editions.

Latest Post

Are We All Addicts Now?

The upcoming exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery explores the seductive and addictive qualities of the digital. Where Katriona Beales addresses the sensual and tactile conditions of her life lived online, Fiona MacDonald draws us into the networks in nature through a sound-art work taking the form of a guided meditation.... READ MORE...

Instructions for Humans

Instructions For Humans presents works from UK and international artists Pete Ashton, Kyle McDonald and Nye Thompson. The focus is on the connections between humans, surveillance systems and the machine in general. What is explored is the role of intrusive visual control and how it affects individual privacy in public spaces.... READ MORE...

Radiant Matter. Marjolijn Dijkman and Maarten Vanden Eynde

Radiant Matter is the first duo exhibition of work by Marjolijn Dijkman and Maarten Vanden Eynde. The exhibition brings together objects, sculptures, a video and photos which explore the complex relation between the impact of the human on its environment and vice versa in the transition between the Holocene and the Anthropocene.... READ MORE...

The Science Behind Vaping

Electronic cigarettes have been taking the world by storm since their launch. Was it truly possible that an electronic alternative to traditional cigarettes was... READ MORE...

Robotanica: The new wilderness

The Robotanica exhibition series is focused on the presence of robotics in nature. This new natural environment includes technological and hybrid creatures. Is this the sign of a new evolution? Is it possible that endangered animals will be replaced with technological substitutes in order not to break the natural balance?... READ MORE...

Screen City Biennial 2017

Screen City Biennial in Stavanger, the first Nordic Biennial dedicated to the expanded moving image in public space, returns in October for its third edition, presenting a rich program of events and artworks exploring the relationship between moving images, sound, technology and urban space.... READ MORE...

(Italiano) Tradizione e Innovazione: la nuova piattaforma web di Giuliani Pharma

(Italiano) La Giuliani è una di queste realtà, già nota sin dal 1889 anno in cui sviluppò la prima formula al cuore del suo primo prodotto, l’Amaro Giuliani. Un'azienda farmaceutica che nasce attorno allo sviluppo del suo prodotto su larga scala, l'Amaro Medicinale, che nel corso dei primi 50 anni di vita trasforma l'azienda da semplice laboratorio farmaceutico a grande stabilimento.... READ MORE...

A Guide to Beating the Most Common Email Marketing Challenges

There are so many options to market your business, but the one that has stood the test of time is email marketing. Done well, it can see your business flourish and increase brand awareness as well as sales. Done badly, it can turn consumers away from your product. Here’s how you can beat the most common email marketing challenges.... READ MORE...

FAD – Digital Art Biennial 2018 “Hybrid Languages” | Deadline 17/09/2017

For its new edition revolved around the theme of Hybrid Languages, FAD, Digital Art Biennial in Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte, invites artists and critics from all over the world to submit hybrid works where the digital and the analog, the natural and the artificial, the real and the virtual cross and create immersive experiences for the visitors. Deadline: 17/09/2017... READ MORE...

This is Rattle – Two new digital artworks

The Barbican presents two new digital artworks as part of This is Rattle marking Sir Simon Rattle’s inaugural season as Music Director of the London Symphony Orchestra, and as Artist-in-Association with the Barbican and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.... READ MORE...

Networked conversations

Third Space Network is announcing the fall series of Networked Conversations: net-broadcasted interviews with pioneering media artists, curators, writers, and activists exploring a broad range of social, political and aesthetic topics at the intersection of net culture.... READ MORE...

Sirens: an audio-visual project by Novi_Sad and Ryoichi Kurokawa

Sirens, originally an audio-visual project by Novi_sad and Ryoichi Kurokawa, has taken now the form of a publication, including an audio CD and a Book, released in 2016 for Sub Rosa (BE) and s[edition] (U.K.). The original audio-visual performance - where Kurokawa’s visuals meet the audio work of Kaproulias - took place in 2009, at different festival and venues around the world.... READ MORE...

Score as a thinking tool. Interview with Samson Young

The work of Samson Young takes the form of different media, connecting music to visuality through video and drawing. Following a particular interest in composition, this interview permits an insight into scores as structuring and organizing tools of experience attempting to understand the contemporary social constrains and possibilities.... READ MORE...

Open Call for the Wrong Digital Biennale: Internet Fame

The Wrong is the most compelling digital art biennale today. Its mission is to create, promote and push positive forward-thinking contemporary digital art to a wider audience worldwide through a biennial event that gathers the best art selected by the best, while embraces the young international talents of today’s exciting digital art scene.... READ MORE...
//