Intervention, Resistance, Digital Art and Activism
Cyber Attack: Digital Art and Activism conference • 55m
Artists are deploying digital technologies to disrupt international politics in numerous and fragmented ways. These panelists present works that draw critical attention to the growing social, political, and economic crisis surrounding border politics and nationalism in the US, as well as conflicts and changes in the Post-Soviet countries.
Chico MacMurtrie & Luise Kaunert, Ellina Genadievna, Irina Konyukhova
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