Art Today Association’s project “Digital Ecologies” is an exhibition that, 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 – 31 August 2018) is an exhibition accompanied by a series of talks, art interferences and performances.
• "Digital Affects: Reflections from the Future" (4 May – 29 July 2019) is an extended exhibition based on the context of the first event and featuring its participants. An accompanying symposium will take place on 5-6 May 2019.
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”.
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