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 [...]
The Culture Capital of Europe 2011 is Tallinn in Estonia and the biggest art exhibition during this year has been the exhibition Gateways: Art and Networked Culture at KUMU Art Museum. For the occasion the [...]
It is June 2, 1913. During a Futurist evening at the Teatro Storchi in Modena Luigi Russolo presents to the public the first of his Intonarumori, the scoppiatore. The public response is symptomatic of its [...]
A project revolving around the Chicano collective Asco, who from 1972 through 1987 realized numerous interventions in public spaces. Asco’s performances in and around East LA resembled scenes from [...]
Artefact is STUK's (media art center in Leuven, Belgium - http://www.stuk.be/) annual arts festival, focusing on (visual) culture, current affairs and scientific challenges. The programme consists of an extensive [...]
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.