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Machine and Mind, Rethinking Affect

We live in a world where technologies are increasingly blurring the boundaries of affect, between man and machine. As technology becomes more integrated into our lives, will we become more integrated into technology? Article by Claire Burke... READ MORE...

Zombies can vote too: Sentience in memesis

The image of the digital zombie, that being absorbed by its phone who barely functions in public and is almost always rescued by another bystander has become a contemporary caricature of technology, and yet most of us do not remember the last three things we’ve reacted to. Article by Pierre Chaumont.... READ MORE...

MAPS 2020: a conference and an exhibition on preservation of media art

The Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art celebrates its "Media Art Preservation" project this year with a two-day MAPS 2020 conference and a related exhibition, continuing the work started in 2015 to discuss the issues of conservation and preservation of media art, that has involved international conservators, art historians and experts.... READ MORE...

Raised By Google

arebyte Gallery have announced "Raised By Google", a new body of work by Bristol based artist Sarah Selby. Sarah was the final selected artist for hotel generation 2019, arebyte Gallery’s annual young artist development programme.... READ MORE...

“The Redaction Trilogy”: Kennedy Browne in Dublin

Hugh Lane Gallery presents "The Redaction Trilogy", the first solo museum exhibition in Ireland by the collaborative practice of Kennedy Browne (Gareth Kennedy and Sarah Browne). Their collaborative work poses timely and urgent questions around interactions between technology, ideology and politics in this context.... READ MORE...

Mind the Deep: Artificial Intelligence and Artistic Creation

The exhibition "Mind the Deep: Artificial Intelligence and Artistic Creation" features 28 artworks by 22 artists and artist groups, together with demonstrations from AI conferences, to investigate how artificial intelligence has entered different levels and stages of artistic creation: concept development, logical construction, specific tools, and effects.... READ MORE...

Tagging Aesthetics #6: Memetic Representation. Interview with ANON

The #AltWoke project was born from the efforts of a heterogenous collective called ANON that comprises theorists, activists, artists, and sex workers alike. The manifesto combines a taste for complex philosophical issues (around economic systems, automation, and AI) with a strong emphasis on the power of pop culture, especially African-American. Interview of Nicola Bozzi... READ MORE...

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