Digimag Journal

Issue 74 / Winter 2013 

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On December 2012, several scholars, artists and scientists with common interests in the intersection of art, science and technology gathered in Prague( MutaMorphosis an event on mutant futures, Dec 6-8 directed by Pavel Sedlak) to discuss a topic that has become increasingly important during our uncertain times: The event was entitled “Tribute to Uncertainty”. The very rich as much as diverse contributions included in the new Digimag Journal are far from exhausting the debate on Uncertainty. Let’s consider this a follow-up on the Mutamorphosis conference and a continuation of a discussion that hopefully will have many other articulations, twists and turns in the years to come. But for the time being, a big thanks to all the contributors of this issue and happy reading! With contributions of: Franco Torriani, Ildiko Meny, Daphne Dragona, Marc Garrett, Maria Androulaki, Alessio Chierico, Henrique Roscoe, Markéta Dolejšová, Adam Zaretski, Evelina Domnitch & Dmitri Gelfand, Renate Quehenberger .

 

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Digimag Journal focuses on all topics related to the world of digital art and culture, emphasising the diverse realities and their synergies. It provides readers with in-depth comprehensive accounts of the latest advancements in the international digital art scene and culture. The growing recognition of the significance of Digimag’s contribution in the last years, is reflected in its inclusion in major international academic Archives, Networks and institutions, including MIT WorldCat, Schweizerisches Institut für Kunstwissenschaft SIK-ISEA, Zürich, Switzerland and Rhizome.

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Issue 73 / Autumn 2012

 

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The birth, growth and development of spaces open to the creative and experimental use of Media and Digital technologies have affected the production and dissemination of contents, have enriched the art system and its boundaries, have provided new methodologies of production, modes of art display and creative practices (and the daily work of individuals engaged in the field). These groundbreaking pr actices span visual art and design, science and technology innovation, social studies and polit  àics, ecology and economy, music and architecture. The context where they take place is hybrid: hacklabs and bureau of research; mailing lists; virtual and physical exhibition spaces; media centers and museums. With contributions of: Alessandro Barchiesi, Martin Conrads, Laura Plana Gracia, Miriam La Rosa, Nina Leo, Donata Marletta, Janet Marles, Melinda Sipos, Selena Savicic, Judson Wright.

 

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