Since the turn of the millennium, the Internet has evolved from what was merely a new medium to a true mass medium. Mass Effect provides an essential guide to understanding the dynamic and ongoing relationship between art and new technologies.
The exhibition will be site specific, in its response to the particular architectural context of its presentation in the museum and through the inclusion of new photographic material. It will also allude to ideas of the ‘universal’ through the everywhere-ness of sky and water.
A new season of classes at NABA, IED and Carrara Art Academy in Bergamo is going to start: courses in Phenomenology of Contemporary Art, New Media Theory and Open Publishing
Digicult was commissioned of a digital art program for Ikono TV's on-air exhibition: the program will be screened also at Creative Tech Week in New York
Digicult has completed the curatorial work with a bunch of critical texts commissioned for the online platform and artworks commissioned for the final exhibition at NRW Forum in Dusseldorf
Digicult launches the new art-agency ADA. The agency will work on the crossing borders between art, design, technology, industries and marketing events
The new Digicult online platform and Editorial Team is finally ready. After some months of hard work, a completely refreshed website, with all our contents and activities
Erkki Kurenniemi is a pioneer of multimedia art, a techno-utopian and enthusiastic scientist, passionate about the changes thanks to cybernetics and A.I. Kurenniemi is now beginning to receiving long-overdue international recognition thanks to the publication of the book “Writing and Unwriting (Media) Art History: Erkki Kurenniemi in 2048”
The works presented in this exhibition explore the image at the moment of its fundamental reconfiguration. The artists featured in this exhibition respond to the permanent transformation and free circulation of images with a gesture of focused attention.
ViBo is one of the alternative models of distribution of the video art, towards those present on the market, elaborated by an Italian artist Carlo Zanni. He aims at democratisation of the digital art distribution methods, conflicting with the category of uniqueness desired on the market.
Born in the ancient city of Kyoto (Japan) in 1975, Kohei Nawa studied at the Kyoto City University of Art, and in 1998 moved to London. The symbolic art of Buddhism and Japanese Shintoism are additional Nawa’s influential inspirations that characterise several of his idiosyncratic works.
HARP is designed to assist mid-career individual artists or collaborative teams (writers, performers, composers, directors, designers, dramaturgs, puppeteers, dancers, singers) working in a hybrid form in live performance. Hybrid form refers to the full integration (not just as backdrop) of two or more genres (theatre, dance, music, puppetry, media, and visual art) in the work.