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What Is Digital Art?

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What Is Digital Art?

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Jun 05 2015 17:00 - 19:00
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Wat is digitale kunst? Is het gebruik van digitale media een gimmick of ontstaat er echt een nieuwe kunstdiscipline?

Het Holland Festival heeft dit jaar een focus op digitale kunst en organiseert in het kader daarvan een paneldiscussie op 5 juni in Pakhuis de Zwijger.

Joris Weijdom van het Media & Performance Lab aan de HKU belicht de verschillende verschijningsvormen en geeft een stand van zaken van ‘digitaal’ in de podiumkunsten. Hierop volgt een paneldiscussie tussen verschillende digital artists over hun visie op de ontwikkeling van digitale technologieën in de podiumkunsten. Deelnemers zijn:
- Michel van der Aa, maker van The Book of Sand;
- Keiichiro Shibuya, componist van de eerste opera met digitaal popfenomeen Hatsune Miku;
- Annie Dorsen, maakt algoritmisch theater en staat in het festival met Yesterday Tomorrow.

Het gesprek wordt geleid Ruth Mackenzie, artistiek directeur van het Holland Festival.

What is digital art? Is the increasing use of digital media more than just a fad? Will it develop into a new art form? Lecturer Joris Weijdom of the HKU’s Media & Performance Lab discusses the various guises of digital art and explains how all things digital are shaping up in the performing arts. Artistic director Ruth Mackenzie will then discuss with Michel van der Aa, creator of The Book of Sand, and Keiichiro Shibuya, composer of digital pop phenomenon Hatsune Miku’s first opera, their vision for the development of digital technologies in the performing arts.

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Pakhuis de Zwijger, Piet Heinkade 179, 1019 HC Amsterdam


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