Arte Contemporânea e Novas Mídias: Partilha Digital ou Discurso Híbrido?

  • Edward Shanken DXARTS University of Washington, Washington-DC, United States
Palavras-chave: Arte digital, híbrido, arte contemporânea, mundo da arte, valor de mercado

Resumo

A arte digital e suas características híbridas embasam debates no desenvolvimento econômico e cultural, internacionalmente, e este artigo tem como objetivo discutir tal contexto enquanto uma pesquisa transdisciplinar colaborativa nas intersecções entre arte, ciência e tecnologia. Novos meios de comunicação expandem as possibilidades na arte, reveem suas aplicações estéticas e implicações sociais no campo da ciência e da tecnologia. A relação entre arte eletrônica e a produção mainstream ocupa artistas, curadores e teóricos há muitas décadas, assim como coloca suas práticas dentro dos contextos teóricos e de exposição do mercado de arte contemporânea, para além do desenvolvimento de sua própria linguagem teórica e dos contextos institucionais. Este texto trata do modo como se entende a relação entre o mundo da arte contemporânea, o qual na década de 2000 e 2010 consolidou mais do que nunca uma concorrência acirrada, e a arte digital, a qual alcançou um nível de autonomia e autogestão sem precedentes. Este relacionamento traz discussões sobre o valor de mercado, a autoria, o pluralismo e os atritos internos.

Tradução de Giovanna Casimiro.

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Publicado
25-09-2015
Como Citar
SHANKEN, E. Arte Contemporânea e Novas Mídias: Partilha Digital ou Discurso Híbrido?. ARJ – Art Research Journal / Revista de Pesquisa em Artes, v. 2, n. 2, p. 75-98, 25 set. 2015.
Seção
Parte 2 – Arte e Tecnologia – Conectividades