With the project “DIGITAL ART RESIDENCIES”, the Jugend- & Kulturprojekt e.V. fosters creative engagement with digital technologies for actors in the cultural scene in three project areas.
Under the theme “Exploration”, digital culture is reflected upon by actors from the cultural scene and academia in two rounds of talks. The focus of these talks is on the question of how digital transformation processes change culture and what influence they have on cultural methods.
ONE AND INFINITY – Listen now
THE DIGITALISATION OF HUMAN MIND – At the finissage on 03 December 20:00 -22:00 live @KulturCentrale
Under the theme “Experimentation”, the focus is on the creative adaptation of digital technologies. New artistic collaborations are developed in three digital laboratories, which take the form of digital art residencies. For each digital art residency, ten artists are invited to work simultaneously together online using network-enabled graphic programmes.
ONE AND INFINITY: THE DIGITALISATION OF THE HUMAN MIND
Under the theme The Full Moon Gallery presents the exhibit ONE AND INFINITY: THE DIGITALISATION OF THE HUMAN MIND from 05 November 2022 to 03 December 2022, featuring artworks from international artists created as part of the DIGITAL ART RESIDENCIES project. With the use of digital collaboration software, ten artists work together on and offline over a period of five months. The Jugend- & Kulturprojekt e.V. ceremonially opens the exhibit with the participating artists. Art prizes are awarded in the categories NICEST AUDIOVISUAL CREATION, FINEST GRAPHIC COMPOSITION and FAVORITE COLLABORATION. Visitors have the opportunity to vote via an online tool. At the finissage, the award ceremony takes place in the presence of the international artists of the DIGITAL ART RESIDENCIES.
Mia-Ann Böhm (Germany), Augusto Gerardi Rousset (Venezuela), Jakyeong Jeong (South Korea/Germany) Belal Kalash (Israel), Oleksandra Kulikovska (Ukraine), Anna Mukhanova (Ukraine), Laura Michelle Schubert (Germany), Michael Siegmund (Germany)
Vernissage | 05 November 2022 | 20:00
Finissage | 03 December 2022 | 20:00
Full Moon Galerie
METAMORPHOSIS DES GEISTES
“Children playing with a bomb.” This is how the Swedish philosopher Nick Bostrom described us, today’s humanity, not only developing artificial intelligence (AI) but indulging in it almost without restraint, unaware of the consequences. The image is by no means new; it runs through cultural history from the Golem of early medieval Jewish mysticism to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein to the HAL 9000 on-board computer running amok in Stanley Kubrick’s film “2001: A Space Odyssey”. While some put this mask of horror on digitalisation, art in virtual space is really flourishing. Reflecting on the infinite possibilities that arise thanks to the computer was the central theme of the Digital Art Residencies initiated by the Jugend und Kulturprojekt e.V..
Over a period of three months, local and international artists used digital collaboration software to create works on the theme METAMORPHOSIS OF THE MIND. The focus was on the creative adaptation of digital technologies. The resulting works show art as something that is created between several individuals and digital networks through complex interactions: a fusion.
Artists: Mia-Ann Böhm (Germany), Augusto Gerardi Rousset (Venezuela), Jakyeong Jeong (South Korea/Germany) Belal Kalash (Germany), Oleksandra Kulikovska (Ukraine), Anna Mukhanova (Ukraine), Laura Michelle Schubert (Germany), Michael Siegmund (Germany), Thomas Heerwagen (Germany), Serafyma Vutianova (Ukraine)
Full Moon Gallery