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The artists Jonas Paaske, Sophia McCulloch, and Mads Lindgaard.

2020.09.09 | News type

Students’ work selected to exhibit at Ars Electronica 2020

Commenting on the power and control of technology the artwork uses the framework of the game 4-Card Monte to explore how we as users are led to believe that we are in control only to find out the game is rigged… The work has been selected for showcase at Ars Electronica Festival.

2020.08.05 | Event type

On-line teaching as publishing

A day of discussion and hands-on thinking on the politics of infrastructure and tools with Constant (Martino Morandi and Femke Snelting)

Recent Publications by DARC Members

About the Center

DARC brings together researchers at Aarhus University and functions as a shared intellectual resource that identifies, analyses, and mediates current topics, producing experiments and research projects.

We focus on bringing together researchers at Aarhus University, forming research projects, collaborations and international networks. We publish newspapers and a a journal, arrange yearly international PhD seminars, internal research seminars, larger research conferences, and organize public exhibitions and events with digital media artists and researchers from around the world. Besides contributing analytically and theoretically to the field, DARC also engages in practical experiments (often in collaboration with artists and practitioners).

Our aim is to provide new knowledge about the relationship between art, culture and technology.