Date: Friday, 3 February 2023
Venue: Betahaus | Kreuzberg | Innospace Room | Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 23, 10969 Berlin, Germany
The absence of real dialogue between the arts, communities and the policy making process is detrimental to both the arts, public policy and our society at large. The Art of Decolonising Digital Resistance is a live participatory action, where the audience is anticipated to engage and respond to a series of artist provocations exploring how arts and culture practitioners can become a catalyst for decolonising resistance practices and creating an equitable European digital transformation. At the heart of the discussion is the need to unlock the potential contribution from the arts to policymaking in our digital society.
Τhrough this process the aim is to achieve practical reconciliation between artists, policymakers and communities across Europe who have been long excluded from public discourse and decision-making. What are the potentialities unfolded in the relation between artists, communities and policy-makers in our digital society? What are the logics and conditions that govern such relationships?
Participants will interact with an Assembly of artists and through hands-on actions will explore the intersection between the Arts and public policy in Europe’s digital transformation as well as its various societal impacts. Common to all of these questions is the urgency to foster empathy, mutual understanding and common objectives in a time where the digital transformation permeates all spheres of life.
Artistes Provocateurs: Jamie Allen, Marta Espiridião, Vukasin Nedeljkovic, Vijay Patel, Alice Pedroletti, Samar Zughool
Artsformation is a three-year EU-funded research project in which transmediale, together with eight European partner organisations, explores the intersection between arts, society, and technology.