"Digital Ecologies" is an international exhibition of contemporary art, accompanied by a series of discussions, art interferences and performances. The project explores the influence of the digital in modern society and culture - by employing the means of art, is exploring the interaction between electronic technologies and the urban environment in its complexity – “… when we talk about digital culture, we understand the digital not only in technical terms but also as a social phenomenon.”*
The project will have two editions:
• "Operaismo Naturale: Ecology of the Event" (27 July – 5 September 2018) is an exhibition accompanied by a series of talks, art interferences and performances. Here is more information about the event.
With works on display and interventions by Donatella Bernardi, Ursula Biemann, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Delphine Chapuis Schmitz, Voin de Voin & Simone Gilges, Jonas Etter, David Jacques, Monica Ursina Jäger, knowbotiq, Dominique Koch, Marlene Maier, Boyan Manchev, Angela Melitopoulos, Uriel Orlow, Ursula Palla, Elena Peytchinska, Elodie Pong, Isabel Reiß, Oliver Ressler, Dorothea Rust, Kerstin Schroedinger, Pascal Schwaighofer, Sandro Steudler, Axelle Stiefel, Kamen Stoyanov, Milva Stutz, Katharina Swoboda, Una Szeemann & Bohdan Stehlik, Lena Maria Thüring, and Alexander Tuchaček.
The concept behind the two editions comes from the project curator, Dimitrina Sevova (Switzerland/Bulgaria), in collaboration with Katharina Swoboda (Austria) and Emil Mirazchiev (Bulgaria).
* Andreas Broekmann from an article in issue 102 of the Onomatopee magazine entitled, “No Internet, No Art – A Lunch Bytes Anthology”.
“Digital Ecologies” is a project of the Art Today Association.
Learn more about the Art Today Association.