During the third edition of Digital Cultures
Anna Lebensztejn i Anna Skała
Lukas Henning, Lior Zalmanson, Zofia Zembrzuska, Alek Tarkow...
The theme of the third edition was Living Archives. At Digital Cultures 2019 the past became an opportunity to reflect on the direction of development of digital culture and the challenges it is facing: in the process of re-using culture, what can we do in order not to forget the original meanings of the content used? How can we approach organizing archives and making them accessible if we are constantly overwhelmed with excessive amounts of content? How can such technologies as VR respond to new challenges?
Digital Cultures 2019 featured a number of projects from artists and institutions who via new media join the debate on current forms of heritage presentation and preservation.
The first host of the touring edition of the conference in 2019 was Lviv, Ukraine, which was co-organized with the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe and the Art Association “Nurt” during fourth edition of the Festival of Audiovisual Art Tetramatyka.
During the Lviv conference on October 15–19, workshops, meetings with game developers and artists, VR shows, presentation of +100 audiovisual projects, as well as Home Cinema Day were held.
Get to know more about Polish digital culture: discover the creators and their projects.
Discover the 16th century initials from the songbook of Zeghere van Male animated by Kajetan Obarski in the 21st century.