Spreadable Media is the latest book by Henry Jenkins, professor at the University of South California and participatory culture theorist, written together with two digital strategists Sam Ford and [...]
In 1977, Germano Celant published the volume OffMedia, Nuove Tecniche Artistiche: video disco libro. In this text, recognising the pervasiveness of the record in the contemporary artistic practice, Celant [...]
Popular culture as we know it now has has been facilitated by recently developed and emerging technologies; specifically those associated with dissemination of content. The radio, the record, the [...]
Polypolis_Athens LFA2012 by School of ARCHitecture for All (SARCHA) was part of the British Council’s International Architecture and Design Showcase 2012, as the official participation of Greece in the [...]
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.