Other Events PSF2016
01.10.2016 — 04.01.2017
Locations: FBAUL, ULHT, Galeria Millennium
The Post-Screen Festival programme includes various activities, which take place between October 2016 and January 2017:
Artist talks or roundtables are free entry events and consist of informal and dynamic debates among all participants on topics proposed by the artist, researcher or curator, in order to contextualise the creative processes that permeate artistic screen-based practice.
Seminars held as part of the PSF2016 act as a horizontal and participatory forum for discussion of contemporary artistic issues. Each session will consist of a 30-minute presentation followed by 60 minutes of discussion with the audience. This initiative is included in the FBAUL and ULHT series of doctoral seminars with free entry to all those interested in art, culture and new media.
There will also be short workshops aimed at participants who are interested in acquiring basic knowledge or expanding their artistic and technical skills, depending on the learning level in the programme run by the teacher/trainer.
As part of this festival, the public is also invited to attend the release of 3 publications: Digital Contagions: A Media Archaeology of Computer Viruses by Jussi Parikka, which offers a critical analysis of the culture and history of the phenomenon of computer viruses from different perspectives including security concerns, the biopolitics of digital systems and the aspirations for artificial life in software; Post-Screen: Intermittence+Interference is a collection of 20 essays by various researchers who make their contribution to a better definition and understanding of the central themes of the Post-Screen Festival; Unspoken Dialogues is the group exhibition catalogue that integrates the PSF2016 programme and brings together a series of reflections and interviews on the impact that screens are having on contemporary thought, and in particular on artistic production.
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