Panel: New Media Art Education in Central and Eastern Europe in the Last Two Decades: experiments and transition
Central Eastern Europe in last two decades goes through very dynamic changes. They can be described as a chain of dependencies in which political status shapes economical situation and economical condition determines access to new technologies which after all influences technologically based art. This fact causes difficulties in defining new media art and leaves many questions about local specificity of digital works. “Migrating meaning. Understanding new media art in Central Eastern Europe” tries to state what new media art is and what disciplines does it cover in the context of subjective opinions of new media artists and theorists from Central East European countries.
- Agnieszka Pokrywka (1984, lives and works in Trondheim, Norway) graduated Poznan Academy of Fine Arts, Poland (Criticism of Art / Animated Film) and Poznan University of Technology (Computer Simulations). Nowadays she is PhD candidate on Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in the field of digital arts. She is mainly interested in interdisciplinary fields of knowledge especially these between art and technology. In her artistic creativity she rather uses digital ways of expression (vj’ing, video art, animation, film etc.).
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