DigiMag

Towards Togetherness. Interview with Tabita Rezaire.

Tabita Rezaire is an artist, healer, health-tech-politics practitioner and kemetic and kundalini yoga teacher, based in Cayenne, French Guyana. Anna Gorchakovskaya has recently had a chance to talk to Tabita about her cross-dimensional practices, about togetherness, healing and a genuine sense of connectedness, about her vision of life, art and digital technologies in connection with the current historical moment.... READ MORE...

The Speculative Design of Immaculate Motherhood

In the next five years, the artificial womb will become a medical reality. Ectogenesis, outside-the-womb gestation, is increasingly viable for human embryos. Will it lead to a feminist utopia, or is it the newest manifestation of an age-old male fantasy? This question has occupied the minds of feminists, science-fiction writers, artists and scientists for decades. Article by Patricia de Vries... READ MORE...

Friction Atlas. A radical topography of public space

With the idea of ​​starting a reflection on the use of public space - which is now increasingly regulated, limited and reduced - since 2014 Paolo Patelli and Giuditta Vendrame, through the project "Friction Atlas" collect, classify and make visible all the laws, rules and devices that regulate the way people move, meet, and gather in public space. Article by Fabiola Fiocco... READ MORE...

Spatial Momentum. An interview with IOCOSE

Pointing at a New Planet is a 3D animation video loop by IOCOSE collective. A web-based version of the work is available until the 23rd of July 2020 within the frame of INBTWN programme. Pointing at a New Planet by IOCOSE is available to watch until the 23rd of July on www.inbtwn.it/. It is the first work of INBTWN - In Between, a programme curated by Claudia D’Alonzo dedicated to the relationship between body and technologies, functioning as the second chapter of XL, the new format of Centrale Fies.... READ MORE...

Discussing “The Question of Intelligence” with Curator Christiane Paul

The exhibition "The Question of Intelligence: AI and The Future of Humanity", which should have run from the 7th of February to the 8th of April at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons/The New School in New York, engaged with the relationships that humans sustain with machines and vice versa and brought insights on artificial intelligence's bias and potential in unlocking new opportunities. Report and interview by Marie Chatel... READ MORE...