Category Archives: Digital Reflections

Now that nobody sees us – context

The last piece of this project will be called “Now that nobody sees us”. In it, I will use the second part of Los Caprichos where the deep dream happens. Where all the monsters, devils, witches and goblins appear. Where the darkest

Now that nobody sees us – context

The last piece of this project will be called “Now that nobody sees us”. In it, I will use the second part of Los Caprichos where the deep dream happens. Where all the monsters, devils, witches and goblins appear. Where the darkest

Low-residency group crit annotations

These are some interesting references given during the group crit we made during the low-residency: Some of them might be interesting for my own practice: Zygmunt Bauman and his concept of Liquid modernity. Pipilotti Rist and her invitation to the

Low-residency group crit annotations

These are some interesting references given during the group crit we made during the low-residency: Some of them might be interesting for my own practice: Zygmunt Bauman and his concept of Liquid modernity. Pipilotti Rist and her invitation to the

Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) manifesto

Robert Rauschenberg in 1967. It’s 2016, and we are still discussing it.

Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) manifesto

Robert Rauschenberg in 1967. It’s 2016, and we are still discussing it.

“95 Theses on Innovation” by Lee Vinsel

Lee Vinsel is an Assistant Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the Stevens Institute of Technology. On his post “95 Theses on Innovation” he analyses and reflects about the definition, history, economy, fear, politics, inequality and future of Innovation.  

“95 Theses on Innovation” by Lee Vinsel

Lee Vinsel is an Assistant Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the Stevens Institute of Technology. On his post “95 Theses on Innovation” he analyses and reflects about the definition, history, economy, fear, politics, inequality and future of Innovation.  

Keith Haring Journals: Art as doubt.

APRIL 29, 1977: PITTSBURGH This is a blue moment . . . it’s blue because I’m confused, again; or should I say “still”? I don’t know what I want or how to get it. I act like I know what

Keith Haring Journals: Art as doubt.

APRIL 29, 1977: PITTSBURGH This is a blue moment . . . it’s blue because I’m confused, again; or should I say “still”? I don’t know what I want or how to get it. I act like I know what