Category Archives: Postdigital

Thank you

Many thanks for all of you who attended Postdigital Encounters yesterday – it was great to have you there and hope that you are still tingling with postdigi technostalgia – may the debate continue here and @postdigi / #postdigi. I … Continue reading

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Welcome to delegates

Many thanks to all of you who have booked a place on what looks set to be a very interesting and vibrant event, attracting a range of delegates from postgraduates studying digital media, artists, festival organisers, innovation managers and academics, … Continue reading

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“Face it the digital revolution is over”

Back in 1998, Nicholas Negroponte published ‘Beyond Digital’, Wired (issue 6.12, December) in which he predicted that “digital-ness” would just become part of the wallpaper: “Its literal form, the technology, is already beginning to be taken for granted, and its connotation will become tomorrow’s commercial … Continue reading

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Post-digital or die!

Take a look at this post, from Welcome to Optimism, weblog of communications agency Weiden and Kennedy, London (famous for their Old Spice and Nokia campaigns) for a look at how advertising companies are debating the ways in which digital … Continue reading

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New Book on Postdigital Art

Intellect Books (publishers of the Journal of Media Practice) are publishing a new book on postdigital art, due February 2011. According to their website: “In The Future of Art in a Postdigital Age, artist and educator Mel Alexenberg offers a … Continue reading

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Here’s the Wiki Dictionary definition for Postdigital: Postdigital (Adjective). Of or pertaining to art forms that address the humanization of digital technologies through interplay between digital, biological, cultural, and spiritual systems, between cyberspace and real space, between embodied media and mixed … Continue reading

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Postdigital food for thought

See Russell Davies, of Wired fame discussing the way in which postdigital (or post-digital) is being used: “Post-Digital was not intended as a sop for the complacent. It’s not supposed to suggest that ‘digital’ is a solved problem or yesterday’s … Continue reading

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