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WIFI, Connectivity and Digital Utopianism included work of artists who are interested in how technology influences our daily life, and/ore how we apply technology to affect our daily living. What has become of the digital dream?
As part of this project there were organised a few lectures as well.
On the 8th of October there were lectures (in English) by :
- Arie Altena
– Theo Ploeg
On the 22nd of October there were lectures (in English) by:
– Josephine Bosma
– Michael Stevenson
Alongside this project we organised our outdoor cinema again; Nacht Vide. On the 9th of September. The screening started at 20:00h and included two movies that fit the theme of Wifi, Connectivity and Digital Utopianism. Namely: Lo and Behold (2016) by director Werner Herzog, a documentary that will have it’s première a week later in the ‘Filmschuur’ Haarlem. (thanks to Filmschuur for the cooperation!). And the movie Steve Jobs (2015) by director Danny Boyle. In his documentary Werner Herzog researches the always growing internet connectivity. Director Danny Boyle focusses on three important periods in the life of the American computer pioneer in his movie Steve Jobs. Entrance of the cinema was free. The movies were projected on a screen 7,30mx4m, outside at Nieuwe Vide.
Last but not least, with this project a new edition of our magazine Nieuwe Vide’s Journal of Humanity was released. Including contributions by Arie Altena, Toon Fibbe, Geert Lovink, Theo Ploeg, Josephine Bosma and Michael Stevenson, a comic by Schwantz and illustrations of Illustrarie.
Nieuwe Vide’s Journal of Humanity no. 3 was designed by KABK students Noa Defesche & Bohye Woo and is for sale for 4,95 euro from the 13th of september on at Nieuwe Vide.
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