By Brunella Antomarini, Adam Berg, Alain Cohen, Rob Spruijt, Erith Jaffe-Berg, Miltos Manetas, Alessandro Lanni, Roberto Diodato, Domenico Parisi, Teresa Iaria, Peter B. Lunenfeld, Ysamur Flores Pena
Aesthetics in current destiny: the humanities and the Technological Horizon is a set of essays via students and some artists who specialize in the difficulty of the way arts both switch while conveyed by means of new media (such because the net, 3D printers, and video clips) or are easily subtle by means of them. The participants’ analyses describe how either digital construction and digital verbal exchange switch our attitudes towards what we name the humanities. The scope of the themes levels from images to cinema and portray, from theater to avant-garde paintings and internet artwork, and from development of robots to simulation of mind capabilities. the result's an fabulous diversity of recent chances and dangers for the humanities, and new views concerning our wisdom of the world.
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Given that product manufacturing becomes more and more virtual and cybernetically generated and not only controlled, what will be the role of human creativity as such? What happens is that each new generation adopts some strain of the digital as its own, often letting earlier and still vibrant technologies languish. Thus you’ll have “pro-am” users defining themselves not by any capacity to create social media tools—as hacktivists have long maintained is vital—but instead as “content providers” first and foremost.