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Virus Attack ! First computer pandemics

Espacio Byte, digital art museum, presents a new exhibition on computer viruses. An approach to the aesthetic dimension of disruptive phenomena in the digital ecosystem. The curatorial project raises an analogy between pandemics in the biological and digital sphere, and how both end up interfering in the dynamics of human activities.... READ MORE...

Morgan Doctor’s “STRANGERS”, a telematic and transmedia art project

Aporia is proud to announce the launch of Morgan Doctor’s "STRANGERS", a telematic and transmedia art project that reimagines the traditional definition of the ‘album’ together with the traditional role of the “record label”. "STRANGERS" explores the actions of connecting and disconnecting, and the fragile boundary between intimacy and estrangement.... READ MORE...

“Digital Cultures 2020: Imagined Futures”, an online festival of arts & technology

The online festival will bring back former visions of the future, dismissed as intriguing yet far-fetched fantasies a decade or even a few months ago. The event, organised by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, offers a wealth of artistic programmes and debate, and aims to further understand and overcome the barriers of delivering a hybrid festival in today’s social and political climate. ... READ MORE...

CONNECTED. Patchlab Digital Art Festival

The 9th edition of the Patchlab Festival CONNECTED held from 23rd to 25th October will present the artworks of over 35 contemporary audiovisual artists from around the world. Today we are connected mainly via the Internet, but we also find ourselves all sharing a new situation with restrictions caused by a pandemic, compelling us to think about the future facing an accelerated digital revolution.... READ MORE...

“Immaterial/Re-material”, the evolution of computing art

UCCA Center for Contemporary Art presents Immaterial/Re-material: A Brief History of Computing Art, a wide-ranging overview of the evolution of computing art from the 1960s to the present, exploring topics that span from machine-learning aesthetics to digital objecthood and technological discontent.... READ MORE...

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