Decolonising The Digital - Softcover


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  • Decolonising the Digital: Technology as Cultural Practice is a collection of critical essays, showcases, and interviews by Australian experimental artists, and diverse digital media theorists
  • The book benefits from being composed in the context of the world’s oldest living peoples, Australian Aboriginal peoples, with the longest continuum of cultural practice and technologies
  • It offers a set of exemplary media practices from Australian artist-researchers actively creating new aesthetics and storytelling methods through innovative use of emerging digital technologies
  • With relevance to artists, researchers, and the wider public, it provokes critical thinking around ‘technology as cultural practice’, and offers tangible case-studies of experimental media practices from a range of art practitioners in diverse cultural contexts
  • Equal parts provocation, inspiration, and user guide to thinking about and working with emerging digital technologies in a critical way

Pages: 202

Published: November 2019

Size (cm): 15.2 x 23 x 1.32

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