Networking Post-Digital Transitions

Presentation at Aksioma | Project Space, 12 February 2014 at 7.30 pm, Ljubljana, Slovenia In this video of my presentation at the Aksioma Project Space I describe the process of development of the reSource transmedial culture berlin as a trans-genre initiative combining hacktivist, artistic and queer practices of local and translocal communities, and the curatorial framework of transmediale 2014 afterglow. Watch the video below. Tatiana Bazzichelli — Networking Post-Digital Transitions from aksioma on Vimeo. What is the connection between hacker practices, artistic experimentation and queer performativity in the post-digital era? Since 2011 Tatiana Bazzichelli has been developing the reSource transmedial culture berlin, the year-round initiative casinos in Florida of transmediale festival as a project of networking based on the inter-connection of genres and practices in the field of art, technology, politics and identity. The main goal was to facilitate the sharing of resources and knowledge between the transmediale festival and the local and translocal scene engaged with art and digital culture in Berlin. This presentation reflects on curating as an activity that crosses practices and languages, in connection with a critical reflection on media culture. By highlighting how networking can be a disruptive concept able to work on the convergences of interdisciplinary fluxes, the focus will be post-digital practices presented before and during transmediale 2014 “afterglow”, linking the artistic with the mediatic, political, economic and queer practices. MORE INFO on the Event here Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana, 2014, (Komenskega 18, Ljubljana, Slovenia) Artistic Director: Janez Janša, Producer: Marcela Okretic

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