More → Shared Digital Futures is a conference that explores the impact of digital network technologies for cultural production. (June 14/15 Kunsthalle Wien, Rhiz) Overview: Panels, Debates and Events Conference Abstracts Over the last decade digitization has reached deep into our societies, invaded the archives, transformed production and distribution. The established divisions of labor are called into question, and deep challenges emerge to the theory and practices of many cultural domains. A diverse group of people – artists, researchers, critics, entrepreneurs and an engaged audience – will exchange experiences, debate ideas and reflect on essential challenges:Location: Vienna, Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz, MAK, Rhiz The New Access to Culture is a workshop and public debate on Austrian cultural institutions and their digital future. (June 12 MAK Wien)
- How can expanded access to digital networks benefit diverse cultural landscapes?
- What opportunities are offered by the blurring of boundaries between artists and audiences?
- What does it mean when cultural works are both finished works and material for new works?
Artistas : Daniel G. Andújar, Eugenio Ampudia, María Cañas, Mateo Maté, Chus García-Fraile, Jordi Colomer, PSJM, Avelino Sala, Marta de Gonzalo y Publio Pérez, Núria Güell, Jorge García, Pelayo VarelaComisariado por: Imma Prieto