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.

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...

The material concretization of scientific principles

Some designers and artists have the purpose of translating scientific principles connected to the relationship between artificial and biological through 3D objects, that can be used as material “concretizations” which crystallize phenomena and knowledges. An example is represented by the customized jewels resulted from parametric generation started from the DNA.... READ MORE...

The age of Electroacustics. Transforming Science and Sound

In his book "The age of Electroacustics", published by MIT Press, Roland Wittje traces the history of acoustics during the interwar period, leading an enquiry theoretically grounded in the physics and its transformation into the so called ‘technical acoustics’ or electroacoustic.... READ MORE...

Open Call THE W:OW PROJECT | DEADLINE 1/09/2017

The W:OW Project is inviting artists from all over the world working in digital media, science and art to reflect present and future of our planet as the place where life as such, the amazing diversity of a magnificent nature and the human species had the chance to arise. Deadline 1/09/2017... READ MORE...

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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.

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The Augmented Landscape

Commissioned by Boston Cyberarts, four internationally acclaimed artists have created eight Augmented Reality (AR) sculptures for The Augmented Landscape, an open-air public art installation at the National Park Service’s Salem Maritime National Historic Site, on view now through November 30... READ MORE...

CTM 2018 – Turmoil

Half a year after an unforgettable 2017 Festival, it has begun to lay the groundwork for the 19th edition of CTM Festival – the last "teenage" festival before the celebration of twenty years of creative exchange and collaboration in 2019. CTM Festival is very excited to announce the dates and theme for this next 2018 edition that will take place from 26 January to 4 February 2018 at various Berlin venues... 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...

Work it, feel it!

Kunsthalle Wien's contribution to the Vienna Biennale 2017 revolves around notions of work and body, now and in the future. The artists featured in Work it, feel it! take a critical approach towards this topic, one that is informed by examinations of disciplinary mechanisms shaping society.... READ MORE...

Christian Boltanski: Anime. Di luogo in luogo

From June 26 to November 12, 2017 Christian Boltanski is the main focus of Anime. Di luogo in luogo, a special project for Bologna curated by Danilo Eccher, involving many urban venues in Bologna, all featuring the multi-faceted work of one the most important artists of our time... READ MORE...

Digimag Journal | Issue 76 | Call for Papers

After the wide success of the last Spring issue, we're happy to announce the Call for Papers for the new Digimag Journal for this Summer 2017. The issue number 76 is themed "Smart Machines for Enhanced Arts" and the deadline is settled to the next 01 September 2017. We are waiting for you...... READ MORE...

Digimag Journal #76 – Summer 2017. Smart Machines for Enhanced Arts

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are going much further the technology or science fields, impacting arts, product design, experimental fashion and creativity in general. We’re lead to explore the way these techniques can be used to enhance human performative gestures and creativity models. The International Call for Papers for the new Digimag Journal... READ MORE...

The material concretization of scientific principles

Some designers and artists have the purpose of translating scientific principles connected to the relationship between artificial and biological through 3D objects, that can be used as material “concretizations” which crystallize phenomena and knowledges. An example is represented by the customized jewels resulted from parametric generation started from the DNA.... READ MORE...

How can the luxury watch survive in the digital age?

The handcrafted machinations of a watch seems delightfully archaic in a world of smartphones, space travel and high-speed internet, but luxury watches are seeing a new renaissance, with sales increasing around the globe. So, how is this handmade timepiece making a comeback?... READ MORE...

Transformations: the networked artworks by Garrett Lynch

The School of Arts and Creative Industries, London South Bank University presents a solo exhibition of networked artworks by artist Garrett Lynch (IRL) titled Transformations. The exhibition presents nine networked artworks conceived over a four-year period that explore a practice involving networks. Each artwork provides an example of transformation by a network.... READ MORE...
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