Established in 2005 Digicult is one of the main international platforms investigating the impact of technologies and sciences on art, design and contemporary culture.

Anouk Kruithof: Universal Tongue

In a wide-ranging research project called Universal Tongue (2018), Dutch artist Anouk Kruithof has been studying dance as a worldwide cultural phenomenon sedimented in YouTube videos and clips, and together with her team of 50 helpers has compiled some 8,800 films.... READ MORE...

The Digicult Agency produces and curates curate art exhibitions, events, workshops, educational activities, publications lectures and lectures, giving consultancy about art and culture communication strategies.


Digimag Journal is our online publication seeking articles, interviews and essays that focus on the impact of the technological and scientific research on art, design and contemporary culture.

Digicult Editions is our publishing initiative whose goal is to be active in the publication both of Digimag Journal and critical and theoretical books. Digicult Edition uses all the tools of a contemporary digital publishing.

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NEAR + FUTURES + QUASI + WORLDS

Kilowatt porta all’Auditorium Enzo Biagi di Biblioteca Salaborsa, per la prima volta in Italia dopo la tappa berlinese, NEAR+FUTURES+QUASI+WORLDS, una mostra che esplora il rapporto tra arte, scienza e tecnologia. Attraverso il lavoro di 13 grandi artisti, la mostra si confronta con le incertezze dell’era post-carbonio e della condizione postumanista contemporanea.... READ MORE...

Anouk Kruithof: Universal Tongue

In a wide-ranging research project called Universal Tongue (2018), Dutch artist Anouk Kruithof has been studying dance as a worldwide cultural phenomenon sedimented in YouTube videos and clips, and together with her team of 50 helpers has compiled some 8,800 films.... READ MORE...

Further Experiments in Art & Technology

This exhibition Further Experiments in Art & Technology showcases new works created by artists Andrew Demirjian, Foreign Objects, Kinlaw, Fei Liu, Mark Ramos & Ziyang Wu, and Sarah Rothberg as part of a unique collaboration between NEW INC, Rhizome, and the Experiments in Art & Technology program at Nokia Bell Labs.... READ MORE...