DONE is a project of creation and thinking that aims to approach the image’s new ecosystem, after the introduction of digital technology and Internet. This second edition is presented as a laboratory for reflection, research and visual creation around five key issues: thinking, visibility, body, information and aesthetics.
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Live interview with Charlotte Cotton
During the interview, Jon Uriarte, DONE's artistic director, will perform an skype talk with the renowned British curator Charlotte Cotton in which she will address the new aesthetics that has arised with the introduction of digital technology and the Internet. The pixel as a new minimal visible unit, the overcoming of linear perspective through online spaces, or the reaction in the shape of object images and installation that has been caused by the proliferation of intangible photographs will be some of the topics covered on the conversation.
GRAB by Guim Ayora
During the closing day, the last GRAB by Guim Ayora, in relation to digital aesthetics and the Internet, will be projected and published online.
Closing conference by Mishka Henner
The closing lecture by the acclaimed English artist Mishka Henner will take as a starting point the five themes that have vertebrated DONE's program since November: thought, visibility, body, information and aesthetics. The new scenario under the influence of digital technology and the Internet in which the image is entering today requires an exercise of rethinking the image by questioning its visible capacity, the physical relationship that people have with it, its analysis and use as information, and the new aesthetics and forms emerged from this new scenario.
DONE is a project promoted by the Foto Colectania Foundation with the collaboration of the Fundació Banc Sabadell and with the support of the Dirección General de Política e Industrias Culturales y del Libro del Ministerio de Cultura.