Digital Art, Culture and Heritage: New constructs and consciousness

Bowen, Jonathan P; Giannini, Tula; Ara, Rachel; Lomas, Andy and Siefring, Judith. 2019. 'Digital Art, Culture and Heritage: New constructs and consciousness'. In: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2019). London, United Kingdom 8 - 11 July 2019. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Invited presentation for special symposium at EVA London 2019.

This half-day Symposium explores themes of digital art, culture, and heritage, bringing together speakers from a range of disciplines to consider technology with respect to artistic and academic practice. As we increasingly see ourselves and life through a digital lens and the world communicated on digital screens, we experience altered states of being and consciousness in ways that blur the lines between digital and physical reality, while our ways of thinking and seeing become a digital stream of consciousness that flows between place and cyberspace. We have entered the postdigital world and are living, working, and thinking with machines as our computational culture driven by artificial intelligence and machine learning embeds itself in everyday life and threads across art, culture, and heritage, juxtaposing them in the digital profusion of human creativity on the Internet.

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Conference or Workshop Item (Talk)

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Computational culture, AI art, Digital aesthetics, Digital art, Digital culture, Digital heritage, Digitalism, Postdigital

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8 July 2019Published

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London, United Kingdom

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8 - 11 July 2019

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20 Nov 2019 12:08

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09 Jun 2021 19:30


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