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DIGIMAG 63 - APRIL 2011 /// INTERNATIONAL ISSUE ONLINE

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POSTED BY: Marco Mancuso | Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 8 a.m.

Digicult   presents:
     
   
    Digimag 63 - April 2011
    http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/
   
    The archive section, past articles and   issues:
    http://www.digicult.it/en/Archive/
   
    The updated list of authors and   critics
    www.digicult.it/en/credits
   
   
    "...I would say that every advanced art and art   form has a tendency towards “enlightenment”, since to be understood and   appreciated it needs an “enlightened” or at least open minded audience, with a   willingness to reflect upon one’s own systems of understanding, of how we   perceive and decode the world. I doubt that this makes me a “political” artist   in the sense we normally use to consider that notion. But hopefully I’m a   political artist in the way Theodor Adorno would describe it....I would say that   I am influenced by new technologies, and formats, however ex negativo: These   forms are not just new and “innocent”, but were designed to replace analog film   – and analog film as a medium of fine art cannot be replaced by digital   technologies since the materiality of the two media are completely different and   have nothing to do with one another. I decided to make work that illustrates and   celebrates the qualities of analog film which cannot be replaced by non-analog   media".
 
Peter   Tscherkassky, from "Peter Tscherkassky. Audiovisuals from a darkroom", by Marco   Mancuso

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    [INTERVIEWS]:
   
    PETER TSCHERKASSKY. AUDIOVISUALS FROM A   DARKROOM
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2034
    by Marco   Mancuso
   
    A MORE PERFECT UNION. THE   EMOTIONAL CARTOGRAPHY BY LUKE DUBOIS
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2037
    by Pasquale   Napolitano
   
    PAOLO CIRIO. WHEN STEALING   BECOMES ART
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2039
    by Tatiana   Bazzichelli
   
    THE DIGITAL GREGOR   SAMSA. INTERVIEW WITH PATRICK   SORIN
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2047
    by Alexandra   Purcaru
   
    MULTISENSORY SPACE. INTERVIEW WITH SONIA CILLARI
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2045
    by Barbara   Sansone
   
    NET ART AT   EXHIBITION CENTERS. MARTA PONSA AND THE 'JEU DE PAUME'   CASE
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2042
    by Giulia   Simi
   
    AIM, FIRE, POETRY! JASON NELSON AND THE NEW LITERATURE
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2046
    by Mathias   Jansson
   
    FIDEL GARCIA'S   WORK. ART AS A COMPLEX   SYSTEM
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2043
    by Lucrezia   Cippitelli
   
    PAPER RESISTANCE: GRAPHIC (R)EXISTENCE
    http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2035
    by Claudio   Musso
   
    ALFREDO COSTA MONTEIRO. EPHEMERAL   MATTER & UNSTABLE PROCEDURES
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2038
    by Barbara   Sansone
   
    FRANCESCA GRILLI. SEARCHING FOR THE DAILY MIRACLE
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2044
by Alessandra Salviotti
     
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    [ESSAYS]:
   
    REVEALING INTERSTITIAL   SPACES. PART 1
    http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2040
    by Dr.   Eugenia Fratzeskou
   
    THE TIME AND THE NET.   MORPHOGENESIS OF A CURRENT   RELATIONSHIP
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2041
    by Emanuele   Andreoli
   
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    [REPORTS]:
   
    TRACING EXPERIENCES. DESIGN'S FICTION: THE "MADE UP"   EXHIBITION
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=2036
    by Mattia   Casalegno
   
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    [COVER]:   Peter Tscherkassky, Coming Attractions (2010)
   
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    From 2005, Digicult has being an online/offline cultural and editorial   platform which focuses on the impact of new technologies and sciences on art,   design, culture and contemporary society. Founded and directed by Marco Mancuso,   is now based on the active participation of quite 50 professional people, who   represent a wide international Network of journalists, curators, artists,   theorists, practioneers and critics. Digicult is also the editor of the monthly   magazine Digimag, which focuses on some cultural, productive and artistic issues   like: internet & networks, hacking & hacktivism, video art &   experimental cinema, sound art & electrinic music, audiovideo and live   media, design & architecture, art & science, new media & social   media, software art  & generative art, performing art & interactive   dance, with a strong critic and deep journalistic approach. Digicult produces an   electronic music and audiovisual podcast, Digipod, linked to the world of   netlabels and independent audiovisual productions online, and also has its own   international newsletter service Diginews. Digicult is actually working with the   art agency Digimade as curator/promoter of some Italian audiovisual artists and   designers, presenting their work within festivals, galleries, exhibitions,   events and cultural centers in Europe and worldwide.Finally, Digicult works as   media partner for festivals, exhibitions & events,
    developing special   curatorial projects, writing texts for catalogues, organizing workshops and   seminars, joining lectures in academies and universities
   
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    [DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT   COMMITEE]:
   
    Marco Mancuso (Digicult project Director and Teacher at New   Academy of Fine Arts / Naba of Milan) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (International   Doctorship in Audiovisual Studies, University of Udine) ; Bertram Niessen   (Researcher at Sociology Department of Statale University of Milan - Bicocca) ;   Lucrezia Cippitelli (Phd at Sapienza University of Rome and Teacher at Academy   of Fine arts of L'Aquila)
   
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    [EDITORIAL BOARD AND TRANSLATIONS]:
   
    Giovanni Damiola (Technical   Consultancy) ; Luca Restifo (Programming) ; Claudia D'Alonzo (Press Office) ;   Riccardo Vescovo (Graphic Design) ; Bertram Niessen (Social Networking) ; Laurea   Magistrale in Traduzione Specialistica, Università IULM di Milano (Website   Translating) ; Lara Freschi - Francesca Lattanzi - Stefano Avola - Andrea   Cariello (Magazine Translating)
   
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    [ADVISORY BOARD]:
   
    An international advisory board for   Digicult will be announced soon...
   
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    [AUTHORS]:
   
    Tatiana Bazzichelli ; Bertram Niessen ;   Teresa De Feo ; Luigi Ghezzi ; Giulia Baldi; Domenico Quaranta ; Massimo   Schiavoni ; Monica Ponzini ; Annamaria Monteverdi; Valentina Tanni ; Lucrezia   Cippitelli ; Claudia D'Alonzo; Barbara Sansone ; Giulia Simi ; Silvia Scaravaggi   ; Alessio Galbiati ; Antonio Caronia ; Loretta Borrelli ; Carla Langella ;   Francesco Bertocco ; Silvia Casini ; Jeremy Levine ; Serena Cangiano ; Micha   Cardenas ; Mark Hencock , Pasquale Napolitano ; Simona Fiore ; Zoe Romano ;   Enrico Pitozzi ; Eugenia Fratzeskou ; Mattia Casalegno ; Robin Peckam ; Sabina
    Barcucci ; Silvia Bertolotti ; Simone Broglia ; Claudia Maina ; Elena   Biserna ; Maria Chatzichristodoulou ; Felipe Zuniga ; Mathias Jannson ; Neva Pedrazzini ; Alexandra Purcaru ; Lorenzo Taiuti ; Pia Bolognesi ; Julianne   Pierce ; Thomas Schielke ;  Emanuele Andreoli ; Alessandra   Salviotti

Link:
http://www.digicult.it/digimag_eng/