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

Madskills: Self-Documenting Construction on Social Media

Can these instructive, performative, and often strangely satisfying videos shift the public perception of labour and workers in the building sector? Is it possible to control the image projected of one’s workplace by self-documenting its spaces and activities, despite the power of social media to dictate how that image is distributed? And can the constant scrutiny of the online community expressed in comments be leveraged to improve building standards and conditions for construction workers worldwide?... READ MORE...

Monitor, headphones, projector, shelf, ping pong table, live fungi, bite-size fairies


La School of Visual Arts (SVA) presenta Monitor, headphones, projector, shelf, ping pong table, live fungi, bite-size fairies, un’esposizione di progetti di tesi selezionati di oltre 20 studenti del corso di MFA Computer Arts del 2024, curata dal co-direttore di Beta Local Pablo Guardiola e dall'amministratore di sistema senior del dipartimento José Vargas... READ MORE...

Creative Days Vienna 2024

I Creative Days Vienna creano un ponte tra la scena creativa locale e quella internazionale. Organizzato dalla Vienna Business Agency, l'evento riunisce i principali professionisti creativi dei settori del design e della tecnologia, come il pioniere dell'arte digitale Barnaby Steel.... READ MORE...

Sonar 2024. A Prism which redefine the idea of festivals in contemporary culture

A new intergenerational and intersectional edition that intends to highlight the most radical aesthetics and the importance of inclusivity, celebrating different genres and subgenres - ranging from ambient to drum and bass, from happy hardcore to black metal via deconstructed club, memecore, gabber and hyperpop, to meet the needs of different audiences, without being subjected to the hype of the moment or the fascinations generated by Instagram. Sónar thus continues to redefine and inescapably reflect on how a festival should be, removing barriers and always creating new connections between audiences, creative languages and different genres.... READ MORE...

ARTIVISM: The Art of Subverting Power

Il programma presenta tecniche e metodi per creare giustizia sociale e politica grazie all’uso delle tecnologie digitali per la consapevolezza sociale e la critica politica. I relatori invitati spaziano da artisti, attivisti politici e sviluppatori a difensori dei diritti umani e narratori della verità. ... READ MORE...

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Madskills: Self-Documenting Construction on Social Media

Can these instructive, performative, and often strangely satisfying videos shift the public perception of labour and workers in the building sector? Is it possible to control the image projected of one’s workplace by self-documenting its spaces and activities, despite the power of social media to dictate how that image is distributed? And can the constant scrutiny of the online community expressed in comments be leveraged to improve building standards and conditions for construction workers worldwide?... READ MORE...

Sonar 2024. A Prism which redefine the idea of festivals in contemporary culture

A new intergenerational and intersectional edition that intends to highlight the most radical aesthetics and the importance of inclusivity, celebrating different genres and subgenres - ranging from ambient to drum and bass, from happy hardcore to black metal via deconstructed club, memecore, gabber and hyperpop, to meet the needs of different audiences, without being subjected to the hype of the moment or the fascinations generated by Instagram. Sónar thus continues to redefine and inescapably reflect on how a festival should be, removing barriers and always creating new connections between audiences, creative languages and different genres.... READ MORE...

Monitor, headphones, projector, shelf, ping pong table, live fungi, bite-size fairies


La School of Visual Arts (SVA) presenta Monitor, headphones, projector, shelf, ping pong table, live fungi, bite-size fairies, un’esposizione di progetti di tesi selezionati di oltre 20 studenti del corso di MFA Computer Arts del 2024, curata dal co-direttore di Beta Local Pablo Guardiola e dall'amministratore di sistema senior del dipartimento José Vargas... READ MORE...

Creative Days Vienna 2024

I Creative Days Vienna creano un ponte tra la scena creativa locale e quella internazionale. Organizzato dalla Vienna Business Agency, l'evento riunisce i principali professionisti creativi dei settori del design e della tecnologia, come il pioniere dell'arte digitale Barnaby Steel.... READ MORE...

RCA2024 event series

Discover the art and design world’s newest talent and latest innovations across our London campuses in Battersea and White City, and at the Truman Brewery. Open to the public with some work for sale. RCA2024 presents an international cohort of emerging artists, designers, architects and creative practitioners across the RCA’s four schools—Architecture, Arts & Humanities, Communication and Design.... READ MORE...

Seeing Forest by Robert Zhao Renhui

The central work of the exhibition, The Owl, The Travellers and The Cement Drain (2024) is a filmic essay that reveals a series of hypnotic scenes from the forest that are complemented by an unstable, fluctuating narrative of two human characters as they journey through it. By eschewing familiar documentary approaches, ecologically-minded activist perspectives, and the certainties of linear narrative, Zhao aims to transpose the forest into a new register: a mutable space of possibility.... READ MORE...

Yuan Goang-Ming: “Everyday War”

This year’s exhibition is presented by pioneering Taiwanese video artist Yuan Goang-Ming and curated by Chinese-American curator Abby Chen. Responding to this year’s curatorial theme, Stranieri Ovunque—Foreigners Everywhere, the exhibition will depict the doubts and unrest hidden beneath our beautiful world as a metaphor for the inherent state of loss human feel in constant displacement, with nowhere to truly belong. ... READ MORE...