FILE is an e-book promoted by M0us310n.net which analyses the intersections between Philosophy, Art, and Computing Communication Processes on the Internet. FILE is an Open Call for dialogue that attempts to bring together different theoretical and practical fields of criticism and reflection on digital art. Developed from an academic context, but emerging from a need to reach beyond it and to establish links with the artistic production, FILE is created with the intention of compile essays in order to link theoretical perspectives, practices, and reflection on the Digital Arts.
FILE Digital Aesthetics E-BOOK should be seen as a meeting point for artists, academics, or implementers of art/development projects. We welcome proposals for both chapters and case studies from academics, photographers, artists and other visual practitioners. We are seeking for contributions that deal with a wide range of issues in connection with the impact of Computing Communication Processes on the Internet within the production and reception of Art.
Claudia Supelano-Gross (Bogotá, 1983) Editor.
Researcher in Aesthetics and Art Theory and PhD candidate in Philosophy at University of Salamanca. Active member of GESTA —Research Group in Aesthetics and Art Theory—, has participated in several research projects. Awarded with various grants and fellowships, has been a research guest at National University of Colombia and also a DAAD Forschung-Gast at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn. Co-editor of Tipos Móviles. Materiales de arte y estética (Spain, 2011), has also collaborated in several specialized journals and publications, as well as in numerous international conferences.
Sociologist specialized in the study of the relationship between Art and New Media and Communication Technologies. Founder and CEO of de M0us310n.net, independent platform that promotes and supports Net Art and Digital Art by periodically organizing several open thematic exhibitions.
FILE #01 is an ISBN registered publication with free online distribution, licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution
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