Eternal September, the rise of amateur culture exhibition at Aksioma, curated by Valentina Tanni. From internet folklore to the deja vu “on the screen” an exploration of “amateur culture” quickly corroding certainties. http://www.aksioma.org/eternal.september/index.html
Edited by Christian Ulrik Andersen, Geoff Cox and Georgios Papadopoulos
The Post-digital condition
Applications of the Post-digital
Edited by all participants
Published by Digital Aesthetics Research Center, Aarhus University in collaboration with transmediale/reSource.
Design by The Laboratory of Manuel Bürger
CC license ‘Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike’
ISSN (PRINT): 2245-7593
ISSN (PDF): 2245-7607
A peer-reviewed journal about // (APRJA) is an open-access research journal that addresses the ever-shifting thematic frameworks of digital culture.Through open calls researchers, artist-researchers, and particularly PhD students are invited to participate in an on-going exchange of ideas that functions as a peer-review process for the joint publication of a research journal (available on aprja.net) and a conceptual print newspaper (available in hardcopy at transmediale and elsewhere).
All articles are included in the newspaper series (“Peer-reviewed Newspaper”), where the editors may also choose to work conceptually, and include other relevant material to reflect the thematic framework. In the format of an elaborated argument, the articles are also submitted to APRJA online journal for further peer-review.