BRAVE NEW HUMAN – REFLECTIONS ON THE INVISIBLE (2020)
Article: #wishyouwerethere: from digital exile to digital only
Brave New World Conference challenged scientists, artists, writers and philosophers from all over the world to answer a question most people are not only wondering about but, after quite some months of uncertainties, even long for — How will our world look like after corona. Will the COVID-19 pandemic have a lasting effect on us, on our society and on how we see our the world? We bundled their visionary answers, ideas, strategies and arguments in Brave New Human – Reflections on the Invisible to give you an insight in a possible future post-Corona world. With 23 contributions from scientists, writers, artists and journalists.
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DIGIMAG JOURNAL #75 | on DIGITAL IDENTITIES, SELF NARRATIVES (2017)
Article: Selling my full genome to the highest bider: using art to expand the discourse surrounding DNA data.
Edited by Silvia Bertolotti and Marco Mancuso. DIGIMAG JOURNAL #75 gathers 13 contributions from artists, researchers, theorists and curators from all over the world, who suggest critical insights about the role of digital art and technology in the shaping of identity. It features contributions from: Miriam La Rosa, Linda Kronman & Andreas Zingerle, Alessio Chierico, Selena Savic, Salvatore Iaconesi & Oriana Persico, Nicola Bozzi, Jeroen Van Loon, Randall Packer, Claire Burke, Patrick Lichty, Marco Cadioli, Patty Jansen and Samaa Ahmed.
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