Glowing Globe, Ethics and Aesthetics in Postdigital Art, Rijeka 2022

The Catalogue



12.-28. 10. 2022

The exhibition is held in the Gallery KORTIL-HKD from 12 – 29 October,

Symposium  at the VIP Salon of the University of Rijeka UNIRI  and Full dome screenings at the Astronomy Center Rijeka at 13 October. 

Round table at the Academy of Applied Arts 14th October..

With the emergence of the pandemic caused by the virus, many processes related to the development and use of digital technology have become visible and widely applicable in practice. In these circumstances, the question arises about the importance of ethics in digital technology, and the relationship between ethics and aesthetics in postdigital art. Is it something that is aesthetically and visually pleasingly made to respect certain ethical norms as well. Therefore, International exhibition and screenings with variety of media art installations,  symposium and discussions with present artists and theoreticians will seek to explore what it means to ethically approach the work of art, and how this is reflected in relation to aesthetics in postdigital art as significant changes in the wider social context.

Glowing Globe is an event that will be held the fourth time. The program is innovative and educational dealing with research and understanding of the terms and phenomena of postdigital culture, which is especially relevant in contemporary art and society.

Curated by Ingeborg Fülepp and Dijana Protić

Participants:  Filip Borelli (Croatia), Gloria Aino Grzywatz (Germany),  Markus Hanakam & Roswitha Schuller (Austria),  Asja Makarević (BH), Anastasia Marčelja (Hrvatska), Katarina Podobnik (Croatia), Dijana Protić (Croatia), Nika Oblak & Primož Novak (Slovenia), Mario MU (Croatia), Rivka Rinn (Israel)

Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia and City of Rijeka

In cooperation with the Academy of Applied Arts University of Rijeka , Gallery Kortil-HKD, Austrian Cultural Forum in Zagreb, the French Institute of Croatia in Zagreb, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic Slovenia, co-produced by Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana, Astronomy Center Rijeka, WHW Zagreb

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