Tag: art

Digital Discussions Episode 10

Episode 10: Creative Bondage in Digital Phenomena This the tenth episode of our podcast titled ‘Digital Discussions’, in which we discuss topics about the digital, humanities, and digital humanities. As the host of this episode, Emma introduces a discussion about differences between ‘classical’ and digital in art, artspaces, artistic approval and artistic standards. How does art and it’s creation develop in the…

Tools to understand cyborgs

In this video the notion of what it means to be a human and what it means to be a cyborg is explored through the analysis of video art. Charlotte Moorman performs with Paik’s TV Cello: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9lnbIGHzUM My thumb is fatter than my finger but just as agile by Miguel Ángel Cárdenas: https://www.li-ma.nl/lima/catalogue/art/miguel-ngel-crdenas/my-thumb-is-fatter-than-my-finger-but-just-as/10082# Deus Ex Machina by Arno Coenen & René Bosma:…

Cyborgs and the Grotesque

A history on how the mechanical and digital influenced the human body The digital is a very broad and abstract concept that is constantly evolving. From artificial intelligence up to VR-experiences and digital art, the concept and the options for the future seem endless. With new technologies in the making that can change our DNA or even create a flesh-like object that…

In Memory of r/Place

Whenever I hear the term ‘social experiment’ these days, my mind immediately goes to this awful trend of various internet personalities doing increasingly rude things to random people in public and using the excuse of ‘it’s a social experiment!’ to justify their unacceptable behavior. This is of course a replacement for the equally loathsome ‘it’s just a prank. bro!’ argument. However! Despite…

Facial Weaponization Suite

Today, I am going to introduce to you one art project that I think pretty impressive. As you can see the title, the name of the art project is <Facial Weaponization Suite>. When I was in Korea, I visited one exhibition called “Vertiginous Data”, and <Facial Weaponization Suite> was one of the exhibition works. <Facial Weaponization Suite> is a mask, an output…