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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)

2020.06.10 | Publication

Launch of The Digital Review

Our friends over at Electronic Book Review lauches a new journal of born-digital scholarly essays - The Digital Review - the inaugural issue on Digital Essayism is out now. DARC has participated in the editorial process.

2019.09.19 | Workshop

Call for Papers: Research Networks workshop

How do we think about networks under post-digital conditions? What does this imply for research?

2019.04.02 | Seminar

Literature in Digital Transformation

DARC is represented in several ways at seminar at Dokk1 on April 30th

2019.03.22 | Seminar

Documentation of ScreenShots symposium

Video documentation of the symposium at Kunsthal Aarhus on March 8th, 2019

2019.02.13 | Seminar

Symposium - ScreenShots: Desire and Automated Image

Galleri Image and the Dept. of Digital Design at Aarhus University and Humans and IT Research Programme at Aarhus University, in collaboration with Kunsthal Aarhus, present the one-day symposium.

2019.02.13 | Ceremony / Opening

Exhibition - ScreenShots: Desire and Automated Image

08.03.2019 - 28.04.2019 // Galleri Image, Vestergade 29, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark // opening performance on 08.03.2019

2018.11.27 | Workshop

Processing Community Day (PCD) 2019

DARC member Winnie Soon is co-organizing PCD in Aarhus on 9 Feb 2019 with the theme 'How to think about code differently.' We are aiming to build an open and local community to explore code and coding practice in many different ways beyond science and engineering specialisation and functional applications development.

2018.11.13 | Lecture/talk

Screen Shots with Gareth Damian Martin: Possible Spaces

The talks are funded by Humans and IT Research Programme and DARC. The events are curated by DARC member Magdalena Tyżlik-Carver in collaboration with Galleri Image and Kunsthal Aarhus.

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