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Insight in Gorizia, a city which is particularly important in the European scene for its past associated with the Great War.
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Joshua Cesa dedicated to the experiential perception of the great warThe festival is mostly about to present the main event of its second edition. Notice, the AwardThe Award. Digital technologies are tools and new opportunities for creative artistic expression, and DIGITALMEETSART will follow their journey through the eclectic beehive of human imagination. Quite similar way great art provoked audiences in the past.
David Hockney, who five decades into his career began drawing and painting using iPhone and iPad apps, said it best.
Or the Futurists in 1909 famously declaring a racecar more beautiful than the circa 190 sculpture Nike of Samothrace, Imagine telling the first people who saw a photograph that this magical technology would come to be one of our most valued and democratic means of self expression. Picasso will have gone mad with …so should van Gogh. Gerhard Richter, Cindy Sherman and Richard Serra.
Their art could come in the type of algorithms, virtual-reality applications or even an online world like EVE or Second Life. What mark will today’s artists leave for historians of the future? Let me ask you something. What about social media channels like Twitter? Snapchat, with more than 700 million Snaps sent almost any day, best symbolizes our culture’s growing desire for speed and impermanence.
Perhaps artists of the future will even find a way to embrace social media’s increasingly ephemeral nature. Maybe as media gets more ephemeral, there could be nothing left that will endure, and cultural evolution will grind to a halt.