Digital Arts Symposium : The Postdigital, Contributive Economy, Contemporary Practice. (Notes)

Prof. Matthew Causey –  The Earth as a data farm for the virtual world

Heideggers theory of production of art

                                                                 https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/heidegger-aesthetics/

Duluze – Model of Assemblages

Digital art/Hybridity/Performity/Event

Heidegger Questions of Technology ?

What is and what matters – Functions of Art

Earth + “Word” @ Strife ??!?!

The process of digitisation                                                                          Bernard Stiegler                                   https://philosophynow.org/issues/111/States_of_Shock_by_Bernard_Stiegler

Book – New Aesthetics New Anxieties ….

Post Internet Digital Art                                    Lizzy Fitch  https://vimeo.com/42429673                                                                                         Ryan Trecartin  https://vimeo.com/trecartin

Data structures of the Network

Provide nodes of the system

Bugs and Glitches

Transmedial

Copy and paste as an analogue affect in post digital

Virtual infinetly tunable variable specificorganic relatively same limited                                      Mask of the virtual

Immersive performance – ANU productions – http://anuproductions.ie/

Pervasive and ubiquitous computing = Blast theory  http://www.blasttheory.co.uk/

John Gerrard Digital performity ——— Datamining

Performance of code     – Detournment                                                                                                                                                    – Acceleration                                                                                                                                                    – abstractionism

Slavoj Žižek – ———————   — —- —   — — Banal Virtual                                                                                                              Virtual world of the Banal                                                         “the essence of being present is always being hidden”

phenomenology
  1. the science of phenomena as distinct from that of the nature of being.
    • an approach that concentrates on the study of consciousness and the objects of direct experience.

The process of Humanisation in cojunction /through digitisation                                                      Zoe and Bios – http://greek-philosophy.org/ja/files/2016/03/abstract-Hirono-2016.pdf

Danger of indistinction between Digital and Organic

Dr.NéillO’Dwyer Post digital contributary practice —- open cv library  http://opencv.org/

Dr. Aphra Kerr – Creative and cultural   Industries – Sociology Lecturer Maynooth

Book – The shock of the Anthropocene

Technology————————————————–Political Economy  Exosomatic Evolution

Endosomatic — Biological   Exosomatic Technological                                                                       Book:TheAutomaticSociety – Stiegler https://books.google.ie/books/about/Automatic_Society.html?id=IA7SjwEACAAJ&redir_esc=y

Exploitative forms in the Anthropocene                 Divorce between Labour Time and Salary

Data Discrimination                                                                              Simone Donne

Performance of Desire –    Libidinal Economy – Stiegler

Machinima ———Movies being made within the game https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_machinima_works

HUman abstract subjective homogenous narrow systems broad channels of access

“to be human is the capacity to share attention”

Book – Gesture and Speech – Anthropology

Alfred Lodtka – Exosomatic Evolution of humans as Data

Commodification leads to binary choices of value

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