Transmediale 2014 Afterglow — Micropolitics of the Post-Digital

May 5, 14 • EventosNo Comments

transmediale1copyEm fevereiro, participei de um painel no Transmediale 2014. Este ano o evento teve o tema “Afterglow” e a proposta era discutir a repercussão e as consequências da revolução digital, tanto em termos político-sociais, artísticos e ecológicos. Esta semana, colocaram online o vídeo de documentação do painel, vejam abaixo.
Coloco, a seguir, informação sobre o painel organizado por Oliver Leone Schultz e sob a curadoria de Tatiana Bazzichelli.

Micropolitics of the Post-Digital: From street protests to transitional spaces in Brazil
Oliver Lerone Schultz, Karla Brunet, Marcus Bastos, Fabiane Borges, Lucas Bambozzi, Adriano Belisário

“Insurgent political movements, techno-shamanism, and the formation of a sustainable networked society in the Brazilian political and cultural landscape

Reflecting on a post-digital approach as a condition in which the utopian promise of the global technological progress is put under crisis, this panel investigates practices and projects of de-colonisation of corporate culture, as well as of the “digital” paradigm per se. By specifically focusing on hybrid and syncretic Brazilian contemporary political, cultural and economical scenarios, the post-digital condition highlighted in such context brings together a variety of practices that deal with transitional processes between online and offline existence, ecology of technical and non-technical resources, techno-shamanism from the junction between technology and practices of ancestral knowledge, insurgent political movements and the formation of a sustainable networked society. The panel proposes a multiple angle of analysis where technology becomes an open tool to imagine unpredictable connections in the everyday life from civil engagement to artistic and political activism, and to social change.”

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