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Digital PTSD presents through an online platform a critique of the potential misuse of technologies. What are the traumatic consequences of the sudden increase in virtual activities in a period when spaces of aggregation, such as museums, are in lockdown? Digital PTSD invites to reflect on screen-based experience, the physical erosion of living matter, the transformation of life into big data and the new digital epistemic regime. Part I is live streamed in partnership with e-flux and involves an array of thinkers and artists: Tabita Rezaire, Beatriz Colomina & Mark Wigley, Cécile B. Evans, artist; Matteo Pasquinelli, Hito Steyerl, Anne Imhof and many more.
Digital PTSD presents through an online platform a critique of the potential misuse of technologies. What are the traumatic consequences of the sudden increase in virtual activities in a period when spaces of aggregation, such as museums, are in lockdown? Digital PTSD invites to reflect on screen-based experience, the physical erosion of living matter, the transformation of life into big data and the new digital epistemic regime. Part I is live streamed in partnership with e-flux and involves an array of thinkers and artists: Tabita Rezaire, Beatriz Colomina & Mark Wigley, Cécile B. Evans, artist; Matteo Pasquinelli, Hito Steyerl, Anne Imhof and many more.
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