Over the years, technology has been seducing our domestic spaces and urban integrities with possibilities of expansion beyond traditional overviews. At the end of the WWII, military technology was [...]
In recent years, the relationship between materials and designers has been profoundly transformed by the search for new forms of access through increasingly participatory and deep actions, progressively [...]
The present essay is meant to clarify todayís condition of new-media art in Japan. The reader may wonder if nowadays new-media art Japanese artists are the same as their western counterparts. If this is not [...]
CCA Derry~Londonderry and IMA present a solo exhibition by Dublin-based artist Sarah Browne, opening last March 29th at CCA. Her on-going research into informal and subsistence economies forms the [...]
Created as a collaboration between Magnetic Field B in Belgrade and CreativeApplications.Net, Resonate festival brings together artists, designers and educators to participate in a forward-looking debate on the position [...]
Estabilished in 2005 Digicult is a cultural platform that examines the impact of digital technologies and sciences on the arts, design, culture and contemporary society. Digicult - founded by critic and curator Marco Mancuso - is based on the active participation of over 50 professionals that represent an international Network of journalists, critics, curators, artists and theorists which reaches more than 100,000 professionals and lovers on a monthly basis through its website, e-mail list and special projects.