Her research focuses on art mediation and media education, particularly on Art and the postdigital condition and updates for an inclusive and critical art mediation after the Internet. She shapes inter-institutional approaches between ...
Author: Kevin Tavin
Publisher: Springer Nature
This open access edited volume provides theoretical, practical, and historical perspectives on art and education in a post-digital, post-internet era. Recently, these terms have been attached to artworks, artists, exhibitions, and educational practices that deal with the relationships between online and offline, digital and physical, and material and immaterial. By taking the current socio-technological conditions of the post-digital and the post-internet seriously, contributors challenge fixed narratives and field-specific ownership of these terms, as well as explore their potential and possible shortcomings when discussing art and education. Chapters also recognize historical forebears of digital art and education while critically assessing art, media, and other realms of engagement. This book encourages readers to explore what kind of educational futures might a post-digital, post-internet era engender.
digital curation, the familiar practice of “content curation” or “digital curation,” “entails approaches to the issues of ... The project “Post-Internet Art(s) Education Research”6 (PIAER) opens up the somewhat different field of ...
Most postdigital artists hold teaching positions in art schools and university art departments and are authors of academic papers and books. The author of The Art Teacher's Guide to the Internet, University of Florida art education ...
Author: Melvin L. Alexenberg
Publisher: Intellect Books
This book offers a prophetic vision of a postdigital future that reveals a paradigm shift from the Hellenistic to the Hebraic roots of Western culture. Alexenberg surveys new art forms emerging from a postdigitial age and explores postdigital perspectives rising from creative encounters between art, science, technology, and human consciousness.
'poor' images (Steyerl 2009, 2012), to networks or systems of art-making that necessarily comprise both online and offline elements (Vickers in Scrimgeour 2014), what is central to Post Internet art's initial assembly of definable works ...
Author: Rosi Braidotti
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
If art, science, and the humanities have shared one thing, it was their common engagement with constructions and representations of the human. Under the pressure of new contemporary concerns, however, we are experiencing a “posthuman condition”; the combination of new developments-such as the neoliberal economics of global capitalism, migration, technological advances, environmental destruction on a mass scale, the perpetual war on terror and extensive security systems- with a troublesome reiteration of old, unresolved problems that mean the concept of the human as we had previously known it has undergone dramatic transformations. The Posthuman Glossary is a volume providing an outline of the critical terms of posthumanity in present-day artistic and intellectual work. It builds on the broad thematic topics of Anthropocene/Capitalocene, eco-sophies, digital activism, algorithmic cultures and security and the inhuman. It outlines potential artistic, intellectual, and activist itineraries of working through the complex reality of the 'posthuman condition', and creates an understanding of the altered meanings of art vis-à-vis critical present-day developments. It bridges missing links across disciplines, terminologies, constituencies and critical communities. This original work will unlock the terms of the posthuman for students and researchers alike.
Portway, Joshua, 510 post-Internet, 2–3, 417, 418, 422, 423, 472, 473–474, 487 post-modernism, ... 341–342 Renaissance art, 30, 38n.7, 39n.20, 332 research and education in digital art, 35–37 Research Center Art Technology Society, ...
Author: Christiane Paul
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Reflecting the dynamic creativity of its subject, this definitive guide spans the evolution, aesthetics, and practice of today’s digital art, combining fresh, emerging perspectives with the nuanced insights of leading theorists. Showcases the critical and theoretical approaches in this fast-moving discipline Explores the history and evolution of digital art; its aesthetics and politics; as well as its often turbulent relationships with established institutions Provides a platform for the most influential voices shaping the current discourse surrounding digital art, combining fresh, emerging perspectives with the nuanced insights of leading theorists Tackles digital art’s primary practical challenges – how to present, document, and preserve pieces that could be erased forever by rapidly accelerating technological obsolescence Up-to-date, forward-looking, and critically reflective, this authoritative new collection is informed throughout by a deep appreciation of the technical intricacies of digital art
... of transindividuation makes possible all that we call culture, education and knowledge (as practices of care). ... As opposed to Les Immatériaux, which was dramatically staged, Art Post-Internet maintained the conventions of the ...
Author: Noel Fitzpatrick
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Category: Social Science
Aesthetics, Digital Studies and Bernard Stiegler frames the intertwined relationship between artistic endeavours and scientific fields and their sociopolitical implications. Each chapter is either an explication of, or a critique of, some aspect of Bernard Stiegler's technological philosophy; as it is his technological-political-aesthetical-ethical theorisations which form the philosophical foundation of the volume. Emerging scholars bring critical new reflections to the subject area, while more established academics, researchers and practitioners outline the mutating nature of aesthetics within historical and theoretical frameworks. Not only is interdisciplinarity a prevailing topic at work within this collection, but so too is there a delineation of the mutating, hybrid role inhabited by the arts practitioner at once engineer, scientist and artist in the changing landscape of digital cultural production.
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Author: Ewa Mazierska
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Popular Music in the Post-Digital Age explores the relationship between macro environmental factors, such as politics, economics, culture and technology, captured by terms such as 'post-digital' and 'post-internet'. It also discusses the creation, monetisation and consumption of music and what changes in the music industry can tell us about wider shifts in economy and culture. This collection of 13 case studies covers issues such as curation algorithms, blockchain, careers of mainstream and independent musicians, festivals and clubs-to inform greater understanding and better navigation of the popular music landscape within a global context.
Posthuman Pedagogies in Practice. Arts based Approaches for Developing Participatory Futures. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. Biesta, G. (2011). Disciplines and theory in the academic study of education: A comparative analysis of the ...
Author: Joseph Rene Corbeil
Microlearning in the Digital Age explores the design and implementation of bite-sized learning and training in technology-enabled environments. Grounded in research-based best practices and a robust, eight-dimensional framework, this book applies the latest developments in mobile learning, social media, and instructional/multimedia design to one of today’s most innovative and accessible content delivery systems. Featuring experts from higher education, information technology, digital gaming, corporate, and other contexts, this comprehensive guide will prepare graduate students, researchers, and professionals of instructional design, e-learning, and distance education to develop engaging, cost-effective microlearning systems.
Buchanan R (2017) “Social media and social justice in the context of career guidance: is education enough?” In: Hooley T, Sultana R G, ... In D. M. Berry & M. Dieter (Eds.), Postdigital aesthetics: Art, computation and design, (pp.
Publisher: Academic Conferences and publishing limited
For those students who have Internet access at home, digital technology provides an opportunity to access experts within a ... Students are also increasingly creating their own content online: websites, online profiles, multimedia art, ...
Author: Alan Okros
Category: Business & Economics
This book offers strategic leaders with essential information for their most important role: the change management function of positioning the organization for success into the future. To do so, leaders need to sort through a myriad of forecasts, predictions and weak indicators of change to make timely decisions. This volume addresses the most critical factor for future success: people and, specifically, harnessing the potential the current youth cohort will bring when they join the full-time workforce. Drawing on multi-disciplinary analyses by 37 researchers, the book presents an integrative assessment of the characteristics that those in the current youth cohort are likely to bring to the workplace. The focus is on those born after 2005 with an examination of the implications of this cohort being raised from birth immersed in an increasingly omnipresent digital environment which extends far beyond social media. The authors see the coming ‘digital tsunami’ as creating disruptive effects across major elements of our economy and even society however optimistically conclude that the digital environment and the development of 21st Century skills in schools will equip the next generation with essential competencies, attitudes, social skills and work goals. The key to harnessing the potential of this generation will be to modify current human resources and workplace practices which will mean sweeping away much of the ‘boomer’ legacy that this cohort has imprinted on organizations. To assist leaders, the book goes beyond presenting a rich portrait of who these youth may become by providing practical recommendations for the changes that need to start now in order to position the organization to benefit from what they will bring. As the astute strategic leader knows: objects in the future can be closer than they appear.