Post-digital art practices in cultural education – aesthetic encounters between acquisition, production and communication


The project investigates post-digitalcultural scenes that give rise to innovative formats of aesthetic acquisition, production and communication at the interface between art and technology. This refers to artistic practices that take digital technologies as the starting point for aesthetically(re)negotiating issues that are shaped by and extend beyond them.

The way new and digital technologies are handled in art has the potential to produce critical debate about the relevant media, algorithms and their involvement in cultural and social participation.

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