Time: November 15, 2017 at 5pm to November 19, 2017 at 5pm
Location: Le Cube and le Point Ephemère
City/Town: Issy les Moulienaux and Paris
Website or Map: https://www.facebook.com/digi…
Event Type: manifestation, /, workshop
Organized By: Les Ecrans de la Liberté
Latest Activity: Apr 18, 2017
Anthropologies Numériques / Digital Anthropologies #5
Le Cube - Centre de création numérique, Issy-les-Moulineaux
et Le Point Éphémère, Paris, France, 15-19 novembre 2017
Call for projects: deadline the 30 of April
In a political climate where the desires, creations and beliefs that animate us are increasingly endangered, we have chosen to organize the 5th edition of Digital Anthropologies around the idea of collective space-time.
We want to create an inclusive space for all means or interventions that elicit the deepening of dialogue and interaction with the public. We invite researchers in the social sciences and the humanities, filmmakers, photographers, visual artists, digital practitioners as well as artists from performance, dance and theatre to share their research methods and methodologies, practices, and representational strategies, as a means of imagining modes of research that blur disciplinary conventions and boundaries.
It is our aim to disrupt the traditional division of labor between artistic expression, scientific production and technical intervention. How, through digital technologies, can corporeal, visual, audio or otherwise immaterial narratives, allow us to consider and interrogate the multiple and disparate realities of the world we inhabit?
As intercessors, you are constantly revealing and interrogating these orientations: whether to introduce singular perceptions, spaces where individual trajectories and collective fates meet, collide, or mutually enrich; or to expose these intersections—places where new modes of life, and rapports with the world, can emerge.
Since your modes of production and writing require unprecedented space-time of collective reception, our intention is to offer a rightful place to works that are excluded from usual channels of diffusion, by economic reasoning or processes of control, and shatter the accepted rituals of relationships between creators and the public.
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