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 [...]
What differences does the idea of the digital make? Stamatia Portanova’s book Moving Without a Body, recently published in MIT Press "Technologies of Lived Abstraction" series, offers a provocative [...]
Inscrivere in una cornice predefinita il lavoro poliedrico e in costante ridefinizione di Manuel Vason, appare un tentativo tanto arduo quanto fallimentare. Nei numerosi e diversificati progetti che questo giovane fotografo/performer può già vantare, ciò [...]
Rome City & Urban Superbia: Drawing the Invisible workshop took place in Rome during 13 ñ 17 December 2011, as part of the Urban Transcripts 2011: Rome, the accidental city international workshop on the city [...]
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 [...]
Are you interested in what happens at the intersection of art and information technology? Discuss, experience and co-create with leading artists, technologists and thought leaders during our ICT and [...]
Since 2005, Digicult has been a cultural platform that examines the impact of digital technologies and sciences on the arts, design, culture and contemporary society. Digicult was born to give voice and visibility to a new generation of interdisciplinary authors, expand their circuits into an international context, and simultaneously break the existing inflexible publishing rules of the press, by exploiting potentialities of the Web, and its free networks.