States of Being: Art and identity in digital space and time

Jonathan Bowen, Tula Giannini, Gareth Polmeer, Carla Gannis, Jeremy Gardiner, Jonathan Kearney, Bruce Wands, Jon Weinel

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Abstract

This one-day Symposium explored themes of personhood, modernity and digital art, bringing together speakers from a range of disciplines to consider technology, artistic practice and society. It seeks a renewed consideration of the role of art in illuminating human identity in a positive relation with technology, and its transformative effects upon space and time. The concerns for the role of art amidst the forces of a post-modern world are influenced by important legacies of the past, by which ideas about human identity and difference have been made meaningful in the relation of history and technology. In the frequently transient and conflicting forces of humanness and forces of modernity, the digital world of the arts emerges as a means by which new ideas of space and time can be considered, with new perspectives of human identity seen as states of being, towards the possibilities of experience, technology, individuality and society.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEVA London 2018 Electronic Visualisation in Arts and Culture
EditorsJonathan P. Bowen, Graham Diprose , Nick Lambert , Jon Jon Weinel
PublisherBritish Computer Society
Pages1–8
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)978-1780174631
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 9 Jul 2018
EventEVA London 2018: Electronic Visualisation & the Arts - London, United Kingdom
Duration: 9 Jul 201813 Jul 2018
http://www.eva-london.org/publications/

Conference

ConferenceEVA London 2018
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period9/07/1813/07/18
Internet address

Keywords

  • Computer arts
  • Digital arts
  • Digital culture
  • Altered states
  • Consciousness

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