GREAT EVENT ORGANISED BY Daniel Franke, Sandra Moskova, Azin Feizabadi
Talks by:
Cramer Florian, Willem de Kooning Academy/Hogeschool Rotterdam
Paul Feigelfeld, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
Between techno-positivism, culture-pessimism and post-apocalyptic, “Post-digital […] sucks […]”, cut off its original context, emerges out of a desire to dig in a mess of linguistic misunderstandings with Florian Cramer and a “Cryptologocentrism”, where “post-digital” is Internet coming past its teenage years – with Paul Feigelfeld.
According to Cramer, it is an objective fact that the contemporary popular mass culture we live in is not a post-digital one. Yet, “post-digital” is a broadly featured term within it. This theoretical input aims to “cut through the mess” of how and why “post”, “media” and “digital” are called the way they are called in arts, communication theory and in contemporary popular mass culture, one that emerged and developed entirely on the Internet.
initiated by:
Daniel Franke, Sandra Moskova, Azin Feizabadi
lensbased Class Hito Steyerl, Universität der Künste Berlin
Graduiertenschule der UdK
Universität der Künste Berlin
Hardenbergstraße 33
Room 110
April 10

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