Digital culture

The Digital Cultures programme introduces the international audience to Polish artists whose work combines digital technology and fine arts.

The key project of Digital Cultures is an annual conference held since 2017. During the year, Digital Cultures supports the participation of Polish artists in international exhibitions, festivals and residencies. Digital Cultures also supports digital productions and co-productions including the APPARATUM exhibition of the PanGenerator collective inspired by the Polish Radio Experimental Studio, as well as VR projects inspired by Tadeusz Kantor’s theatre: a VR simulation by the duo Tale of Tales and a stop motion movie by the Academy Award nominees Maciek Szczerbowski and Chris Lavis, co-produced by the award-winning studio Felix&Pail and the National Film Board of Canada.

Anna Szylar

Digital Culture Programme Manager

PHONE: +48 22 44 76 123

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    ‘Cicer cum Caule’: Artificial Intelligence Meets Polish Pierogi

    Interdisciplinary curator Anna Desponds and cultural technologist Philo van Kemenade discuss their project ‘Cicer cum Caule’ – a workshop aimed at explaining some fundamental notions of artificial intelligence through the process of making traditional Polish dumplings. More: ‘Cicer cum Caule’: Artificial Intelligence Meets Polish Pierogi #digital culture
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    ‘The Republic of Dreams’: Bruno Schulz’s Worlds Revisited Online Offer Safety in Imagination

    On 19th November 2020, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute launched 'The Republic of Dreams', a digital project adapting the Polish writer Bruno Schulz’s body of work. In phase one, the website republicofdreams.online will include sonic works by sound designers Eli Stine and Jackson Bierfeldt, music by Wacław Zimpel, a video by Jakub Krejčí, and an illustrated map by Marta Lissowska. More: ‘The Republic of Dreams’: Bruno Schulz’s Worlds Revisited Online Offer Safety in Imagination #music
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    3 Creepy Accounts from Book on the Origins of Vampires

    A new book about the Polish undead called ‘With Stake and Spade’ is bringing previously little-known ethnological records to 21st-century readers. Here are three unnerving tales from the book to get your spine tingling. More: 3 Creepy Accounts from Book on the Origins of Vampires #language & literature
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    Imagined Futures: Digital Cultures 2020

    Since its first edition in 2017, Digital Cultures has grown into an acclaimed platform bringing together digital art creators and curators from around the globe. This year’s edition, Imagined Futures, which begins 17th October 2020, opens up to a wider audience by venturing, together with the participants, into new territory: an online festival. More: Imagined Futures: Digital Cultures 2020 #digital culture
Published at: 2016.10.14 18:41
Updated at: 2019.06.14 15:49
Author: Karolina Babij
Written by: Anna Mikołajczyk