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Feminism, Technology, Postdigital; Caroline Bassett Minority Report comes closer… Postdigital aesthetics huge screens at Birmingham New Street railway station are scanning passers-by and play advertisements accordingly. Berry and Michael Dieter — Postdigital Aesthetics: The Mutation of Publishing SinceRotterdam: Postdigital aestheticsHogeschool Rotterdam, and Eindhoven: Onomatopee,pp.

The process becomes legible.


Another reason that this piece works, is that the guitarists strum in a dead pan manner: In this way there role is reduced to that of a machine: As we have seen from the analysis of the aesthetic aporia that resides within the modernist postdigital aesthetics taken from Krauss, and the theorisation of the move from contemplation to distraction, as provided by Benjamin, the so-called return to modernism, in post-digital aesthetics, a return which so far has seemed only to be thought in terms of a simple abandonment of a certain perceived post-modern dead end, has to contend with much more than a simple reversal of values, or a simple return to purity.

If such a return is to postdigital aesthetics thought in any way other than a retreat from the problematics of the a post-modern condition, a return to a comfortable idea of pure art existing in an autonomous relation to itself as an onto-theological pursuit, a new spirituality toward a silence beyond speech, it must contend with the problematics of the traditional opposition between originality and duplication.

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What is more, is that this unthought return seems to be in the service postdigital aesthetics the traditional art institutions which depend so much on the values of author, authority, original, origin, uniqueness, singularity and the contemplative postdigital aesthetics. In this sense such an ill considered theory cannot only be considered naive, but also quite dangerous.

In the area of video, multimedia, media art, animation, etc. Crisp shiny 3D realism illusionismslow dissolves into black, soft blurs and multiple composite images and textures. But with sound and music, the introduction of digital technology seemed to stimulate, instead, a desire for an analogue aesthetics.


This was a reaction to digital technologies: This reaction was based on two problems associated with postdigital aesthetics digital instruments of that period: An electronic audio aesthetic emerged that was based around the possibilities of manual control of resonant filters, portamento sweeps, round soft envelopes, etc.

This retro obsession continued in the late 90s into personal computer based environments: No introduction pages, 3 no more art for the sake of error, 4. Images must be unique to the sitemaker, 5.

Technology is not a subject — internet is not a subject, 6.

The work stands alone. Rather I see them as symptomatic of a certain culture. University of California Press. Postdigital aesthetics, Computation and Design, London: Data postdigital aesthetics and the subject of political aesthetics -- Mercedes Bunz: School will never end: City and the city:

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