Histories of the Avant-garde and Contemporary Disruptive Technologies
Cyber Attack: Digital Art and Activism conference • 1h 23m
Panelists consider the critical impact of current digitization processes on contemporary culture and political life in relationship to the avant-garde. Is digital art the new avant-garde? Given the intense and rapid growth of immersive and blockchain technologies, artificial intelligence, and the increasing proliferation of memetic culture, is it useful to talk about these technologies and practices as legacies of the historical avant-garde? To what ends?
Arseniy Zhilyaev, Joshua Citarella, Egor Kraft
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