Venice Biennale 2017

 

As part of this years Venice Biennale the Aesthetics Group will be presenting new research at the Research Pavilion. More to follow…

 

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The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GradCAM) at the Dublin Institute of Technology propose a 2-day program of seminars, panel discussions, interventions and performances in line with the overall thematic of The Utopia of Access. The focus of the program will be twofold, firstly, to revisit questions of digital aesthetics in the wake of the development of computational analytics and cognitive computing and secondly, to raise questions of new political economy through the development of new forms of economy, namely, the contributive economy.

 

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