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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Arte — Congresso 2. Soft Borders is the 4th Upgrade! The conference gathers artists, curators and researchers from several countries to present and discuss the field of new media art, in the international and local contexts, especially in Brazil, the country that is hosting the present edition of the event, which hosts a new media art exhibition with arworks curatared by Silvia Laurentiz Brazilian artworks and Basak Senova and Elena Veljanovska international artworks.

The Soft Borders theme, that drives either the conference and the art festival, aim to discuss the borders dis- solutions between the many fields of the knowledge and life, the contamination of the one another, particularly regarding the relationship between art-science-technology.

International Meeting asconcelos BR http: Martha Gabriel, Soft Borders chair 8: Luisa Paraguai Donati session chair: Marcia Auriani iscussion panel “New 9: Complex “Running for Our Lives! Warsaw performance” – Roch 4: Martha Gabriel session chair: Martha Gabriel BRA apoio: Complex dialogues in Digital Art Installations Beyond Applying Practical Knowledge Contextualizing Networked Videogames in Art Provocative, Playful New Media Practices Em tempo de direito de uso de imagem, a obra faz perguntar, entre outras coisas: Vivemos uma cultura cada vez mais fragmentada e remixada.

As an atheist who nevertheless feels religion to be a part of my life, I choose certain rituals, activities or mental games that people play to reinforce their faith and attempt to simulate them through game mechanics. The idea that games, through their rules as much as their narrative, can provoke emotion and reflection, is a fairly recent idea being explored in independent and art games.

From the outset, I was not always concerned whether the games I made would actually provoke a religious experience in the player and considered the experiments successful if they only resulted in inspiring new forms of gameplay. Often the games ended up not just being explorations of new methods of gameplay, but used the gameplay to explore human relationships.

Rather than becoming a hindrance to communicating this higher concept, the use of obstacles and goals is a necessary process the player needs to experience in order to feel and reflect on the theme of the piece. Game designers nowadays are exploring the creation of experiences that are guided by the unique perspectives of individual authors.

There is unexplored potential in game mechanics that are more intuitive, less rational. I use this medium to analyse the positive and negative aspects of my prior religious experiences with Islam and Christianity as well as look at what remains a part of me. The most beautiful aspects of religion are the human, the psychological and social dynamics. Religion and games should be put in dialog with one another.

They are both at once separate from the everyday world and a part of it, influencing and being influenced by it. Both religion and games connect people to a common purpose.

Participants in each have varying degrees of self-awareness of the reality and importance of that purpose. They have much to say to one another. Introduction It can mean that specificity or even existence of NMA differs according to location. Poznan Academy of Fine Arts in September This thesis is mostly focused on understanding stereotypical terms as: New media art in Central Eastern Europe in the s The structure of mentioned above MA thesis is composed according to following points: Possible connections between three 2.


These apparently disconnected terms firstly should be define by 2. Networked Central East Europe demonstrating their diverse and interdisciplinary character. Understanding of these basic ideas is Comprehension of these three concepts is also needed for further, possibly complete analysis of important base for analysis NMA in the context of CEE contemporary art produced with use of new European and global networks, even that networks technologies.

Because of this one can say that in networked society there 2. For example nodes and connections between them. European networks is on much higher level in so called Western world. Art archives and many more. NMA development places e. Large part of mentioned in previous points diploma 4. Lab Bratislava in This gave me more general but a map, collecting and sharing data, still fragmentary view on the structure and scope of creating virtual NMA environment in NMA networks on this territory. References Burundi Media Lab.

Common feature of all networks is synchronization Blackwell Publishers, Inc. Oxford of every single node. These nodes have different University Press, Cambridge.

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Contemporary Art and depends on political and economic situation of Eastern Europe. Level of nodes Manovich, L. A parte computacional do sistema pode ser subdividida em dois componentes: Os computadores de dois sistemas infravermelhos: Em Presence os interatores Trad.

A tecnologia na arte: O que se pode encontrar se desdobra em hackativismo e net ativismo. Dentre os mais recentes, o estabelecimento de trocas sociais, de discursos podemos destacar: Sendo do que ele chama de tecnologias da mente. Esthetique de la disparicion. O mal estar da teoria: Insighias University Press, New Haven. Rykwertdiz em seu tratado: Neste projeto uma infra-estrutura espacial fixa daria suporte aos 2.

O projeto possibilita uma nova agenda na qual: E mesmo depois de muitas centenas de anos, ainda Figura 2: Quadros sequenciais das cascas em movimento. Turkey spontaneously transforms itself with rather while developing and producing.

Autonomy provides unstable patterns. The country has been going a ground for self-criticism, while enabling a critical through incredibly rapid and immense social, distance to their fields of research that mostly covers political, and cultural changes since the shift to neo- socially and politically engaged issues.

Hence, regular subsidies and technical infrastructure drive we are nxzistas social transformations explicit the local artists into inventing alternative solutions of the new ontological conditions brought forth by and ways of producing. These shifts and changes also reflect themselves on the fragmented contemporary Digital production is mostly considered as a art scene, which has been progressively developing medium, but not as an outcome of a culture. It is not for the last two decades.

With the accumulative only the production modes, but also the cognition of production of the art scene in relation to the socio- the actors of digital culture that draws a distinctive political situation, demographically unbalanced line between the mainstream contemporary art economic hardships, and fears in the everyday life of production and the accumulative digital production Turkey, one can detect diverse ways of expressions with tactical approaches.

Yet, this line has not been and modes of production. Associating the production of the This picture points to a new generation of Turkish local digital culture only with technology driven artists, who propose new channels nazitsas the global modes of presentation is a common misperception, interaction of economy and information.


They which has been naazistas over and over again consider inquiries about these social transformations by the art institutions, most of the educational as their new territories of research, unsignias be approached bodies, the media, and even by the artists and the with different mentalities, strategies, perspectives curators operating in the centralized main stream and modes of production. In this sense, production contemporary art spheres.

Such a misperception in the digital milieu distinguishes itself with a unique creates a gap, which has accumulated hostility self-sustained mode of production.

Local culture rather than solidarity between contemporary art and suffers from the approach, which still insists on the actors of digital culture; subsequently, along perceiving the artist in the center and the artwork with inadequate funding, limited opportunities, and as the sublime that defies the existence of open- lack of interest, their field of action nazistxs become culture societies and network culture.

Due to the extremely introverted. On the other hand, this gap various educational backgrounds and proficiencies, motivates these actors in breaking through the local actors of the digital culture portray interdisciplinary bottleneck situation and reaching out to rather well approaches with their production modes. The vast established art networks abroad. While this attitude array of viewpoints and insigmias allow them to seems to be an effective remedy for artists seeking investigate the interactivity between art and other wider audiences and global prominence, it hampers fields through distributed networks.

Once we agree to work with them, we digital culture: Then, they are still, indeed, operating of this desiccated system.


After all, it is a matter parallel to the contemporary art scene; whether it of how curators and artists perceive the realities is a desired position or not, they are dependent on that surrounds them; how attentive, intelligent, and a system that is based on accepted equations and critical they can be with the content they produce. Many artists with significant projects which render constitutive elements forms the digital culture have As a curator who also facilitates in the field of digital been opposing the ignorance and inefficiency of the culture, I do consider myself as one of the actors mainstream drift, but now they are accepting to be that are mentioned, discussed, and criticized in this involved in the same projects.

Then the question is short text. Selected sources for digital culture Nevertheless, international networks could still be in Istanbul collectives, projects, an answer to provide opportunities instead of such platforms, and events: Dugumkume authors discuss interaction in the local context.

Today, the drive to new generation artistic and cultural products and explore other realities and opportunities detached processes in order to generate critique in Turkey. Place-less, of various other disciplines. The main goal of these media-fed, panic-struck – welcome to the desert nzistas is to establish a productive communication of the real.

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